Fukcing Spaghetti

So the other day I have received a package from @SebWuepper. He sent me a can of Heinz Spaghetti in tomato sauce. I did the only responsible thing I could think of. I went on a bridge an photographed with with the Cologne Cathedral in the background. I also added some copulating LEGO minifigs as a hidden social commentary.

Fukcing Spaghetti

Check out this noodle!

In reality the can of spaghetti is a bizarre artifact that is currently being passed on from person to person. It’s like a chain letter. Only with spaghetti. You can follow the documentation of it’s journey on Chronicles of Spaghetti. Normally I wouldn’t be interested but there is something about that spaghetti… it makes me feel… hungry.

Speaking of Tumblr blogs, my Girlfriend actually took that photo. She preferred a version of that photo that is less NSFW. She is currently learning to use her fancy Nikon D80. She is still learning the basics of photography but I like the way she decided to do it: by taking one photo every day an posting it on her Tumblr blog.

Finally, there is one last thing. I will be leaving tomorrow for vacation. I’m going to do a long overdue lazy beach camping vacation France. I will be back in 10 days. I will try to post from there but I don’t know I’ll have WiFi. In case there is none – see you on the flipside! :D

Krystian Majewski

Krystian Majewski was born in Warsaw and studied design at Köln International School of Design. Before, he was working on a mid-size console project for NEON Studios in Frankfurt. He helped establish a Master course in Game Design and Research at the Cologne Game Lab. Today he teaches Game Design at various institutions and develops independent games.

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