These are his most personal works. «With this kind of drawing, I relax and let my soul wander. I don't try to tell anything concrete. They are simply spontaneous snapshots of my mood. Images that are consciously and unconsciously floating around in my head.»
In Pierre's impressive drawings there are bottles, crosses, indefinable faces, figures and again and again, boats...
«Boats fascinate me. The isolation on the high seas, the unsteadiness, the changing proportions. A boat is both small and large. I sail myself and always feel strongly connected to the sea.»
«Drawing is definitely a form of meditation. Here one recognises an intoxication, there a funeral... It is the processing of experiences and impressions, a view from the outside on things inside.»
His form of expressing himself and his attitudes creatively does not need explicit explanations. "Drawing and expressing oneself while remaining true to oneself is already a political act in itself." What will certainly never be found in Pierre's works: Product advertising.
Pierre Wazem's paintings in this series seem gloomy at first glance, but as a human being he is anything but. The «forever young and forever beautiful» father of three loves - apart from his passion for drawing - reading, cooking, big dinner parties with friends, activities with his kids, video games and, of course, sailing boats...
It’s cold out and winter is upon us so it is time for that most Swiss winter tradition, fondue. So i have come up with a few of my favourite locations around the city for this cheesy treat. Now, if you are a tourist or are new to fondue
2. Sharing Is Caring
Shared living is all the rage andin a country where making friends is difficult and is renowned for it’s reserved population, it’s a great way of developing relationships and a sense of community. At the forefront of this concept is
3. A Trip Up The Sihl
I love the Sihl valley. In spite of its close proximity to the city it still feels rugged and remote. Let’s face it, all there is is a river and a railway line. But nothing makes a good walk better than knowing there is cold drink and a
1. Pictures around the world
Show me your favorite pictures from the world, do not forget to mark them on the map!
2. Nature Photography
Images far from urban life
1. No platform offers more than Crowdify
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Then Crowdify (formerly 100-days.net) is the right platform for you. No other platform offers the combination of having
2. Zum Guten Glück: Spectrum of senses
Ginger's Gutschein Guide This week, Ronsters, I dined in Zum Guten Glück with my Prozentbuch, situated very close to the Schmiede Wiedikon tram stop. For those of you just joining and not entirlely sure what my section is all about,
1. Casa nostrana
Albisstrasse 25, 8038 Zürich
2. Lucky Dumpling: Authentic Chinese
6 years ago we welcomed 'Dini Mueter' to the Langstrasse. This summer, the bar and restaurant underwent a refurbishment and just reopened its doors with a new concept and a new name. Well, actually the new name is also the concept: Lucky
3. Ooki: All the way from Tokyo
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Looking for the girl with broken left leg reading book in Zurich Letten.
I meet her on Saturday 19 Jun 2021 around 9pm.
She broke a leg some weeks ago and she had an operation about two weeks ago.
Blue (pretty) eyes.
She was reading a book and we spoke briefly.
She is from Germany.
If you see her please tell her that I would love to talk to her again.
Auf der Suche nach dem Mädchen mit gebrochenem linken Bein Lesebuch in Zürich Letten.
Ich treffe sie am Samstag den 19.06.2021 gegen 21:00 Uhr.
Blaue (hübsche) Augen.
Sie hat sich vor einigen Wochen ein Bein gebrochen und wurde vor etwa zwei Wochen operiert.
Sie las ein Buch und wir unterhielten uns kurz.
Sie kommt ursprünglich aus Deutschland.
Wenn Sie sie sehen, sagen Sie ihr bitte, dass ich gerne wieder mit ihr sprechen würde.
Uganda is one of the poorest countries in the world. The educational system is rather weak, especially on the level of the vocational training there aren't many possibilities. Most children leave primary or secondary school and start working somewhere without a solid or even without any training at all.
During Covid-19 the situation became even worse. Schools are/were closed for about 18 months. Many children started to work during this period and will not return to school. Without reasonable training it will be very difficult to find a job where they can earn for themselves or their families in the future.