I hate inspiration. It takes you over completely. I could never wait until it passed and I got rid of it” - Henry Miller. That being said, below you will find a bit on what inspires me. There could be something in the rubble to inspire you too.

Forbes Interview

Exciting talk with Professor and PhD. Robert C. Wolcott; published by one of the worlds most respected business publications and platforms FORBES.

 

DAILY RITUALS

12 May 2015

Obsessions are fascinating, even though at times a creeping size. These are, in a milder form, described in the fine book "Daily Rituals" where a number of artists describe their - hence the name...

BIOGRAPHIES

30 March 2015

The biography is one of my favourite liteary genres and within this especially the dramatic history of development, which balance on the edge of the normal. In this connection there are good...

LUCKY BUDDHA BEER

04 March 2015

Eric Alan Rapp (from US, entrepreneur with many years of experience from investment banking and venture fonds all over the world) came to our meeting with a box of  "Lucky Buddha Beer"...

HANS HENRIK LERFELDT

15 February 2015

Hans Henrik Lerfeldt - literally one of the biggest artists from the 80s.

MARTIAL ARTS MEET LITERATURE

01 February 2015

I suppose it is time to form a bridge between the interests for both martial arts and literature, even though some might find them incompatible...

KARMA COWBOY

11 January 2015

Inspired a lot by the Beat Generation - this one is still worth a re-read. I read and re-read (to my girl friend's stomach) from Dan Turells "Karma Cowboy - a masterpiece from the master and...

KIEFER – LOUISIANA

10 January 2015

Strong, strong piece by Anselm Kiefer at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.

PÅ FARTEN MED HELL´S ANGELS

16 November 2014

Just reread one of the less known book by Mr. Gonzo Hunter S. Thompson, "På farten med Hell´s Angels." A dirty one but  an extremely entertaining as well as disturbing and interesting...

RYU MURAKAMI

05 October 2014

The not so famous, however, super cool Murakami. If you have a "liking" for Japanese literature (which I find extremely underestimated) then Ryu Murakami is a strong suggestion. Not a magical...