Zombies in Bromma

I sometimes visit a wealthy Stockholm suburb Many inhabitants of Bromma afford nice private homes, some hire illegal aliens to clean their houses and take care of their kids. The residents of Bromma are seldom seen outdoors except for the occasional stroll with a beloved pet. This suburb has always seemed dead, and I deem its inhabitants to be social retards, but I would never have suspected this … The other night I saw three black vans outside... Read More

Easter Island – Gullmarsplan, Stockholm

  A rising giant, or perhaps a fallen …   An ear, let’s get near. A rising giant, or perhaps a fallen Sunken in summers green Abandoned it may seem. I can neither scry nor recall when He was lost in between A past and a present dream Let’s worship this piece of modern art, Or ancient God from the ocean, He needs our devotion. Who chiseled the head from a stony bed And painted it pink do you think? Who’s the... Read More

Feel like crapping

Outdoor action You know the feeling: out for a stroll and suddenly there’s a turtlehead in your panties and you’re desperate to find a place to dump the big one. You have a handkercfief in your pocket and think it will all be solved in a blissful minute, or two, and discover that some bugger have put up a note. We have a hidden camera and take shots of everyone who takes a shit here. We will put the movies on the net at www.bajsanu.se So... Read More

Signs

We have been expecting them for long. They came last summer. There will be more control. Twisted faces infiltrate our minds. Those who rule are ruled. What’s on your mind Fredrik? The final connection; the final solution Background Fredrik is the Prime minister of Sweden, the photo was taken during last years election campain. Expressen and Dagens Nyheter are two big Swedish news papers owned by the Bonnier family which control most of Sweden’s... Read More

The City of Masks (Maskernas stad)

A city walk towards the land of dream I made a novel called Karnevalens tid (The Time of the Carnival) which takes place in Stockholm. At the end of the book readers are invitied to a reality game called Maskspel (Mask Play). Between 2007 and 2009 me, Gabriel Widing and Emil Hietanen made a series of events which were a continuation of the book story. Maskernas stad was a city walk where you looked for masks being born through walls of the city.... Read More

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