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Hi you wonderful cool mad sweet deviant friends. I wish you all an excellent new year(s). May all your wishes become realities.

I'm back from the "oh-so-short holidays". I had a great time and I hope it has been equally perfect for all of you. The New Year's Eve was bombastic!!! How was yours?

Nothing better than the end of a year to make a balance and start defining goals for the new year (we tend to do this as we pass the 30s). When I look back, the balance of 2008 was incredibly positive for me. Hopefully, 2009 will be even better (for us all).
I'm having a very positive feeling about 2009, actually. Something I really can't explain but it's certainly there, call it intuition or so... It started well for me since I've been invited for some new projects. One is to be the graphic designer for a great publication about art. The others, involves important shows abroad. I'm not sure I'll accept the first one, even if it is such a great offer and an important add to my curriculum. The problem is that it will occupy most of my time. I must ponder well. We all know the feeling, I'm sure. Wouldn't be great if we could just dedicate to our art? That is my long-term goal, certainly, as part of my idea of a perfect life.


For the recent visits, comments, favs and all that sweet jazz. I'm very grateful for all the feedback on my work. it just gets too difficult to reply to everyone but I always read the comments. A thousand thanks!!!


:bulletwhite: My recent interview by TugaMagazine can be read in:
 -… in Portuguese
 -… in English

:bulletwhite: Meta-For will be featured in the DP magazine in January:

:bulletwhite: Human DK will be the cd cover for the Aura:
 - to be released February 2009 [USA]

:bulletwhite: Power of Observation will be the cd cover for eXcubitors
 - to be released March 6th 2009 [DE]

:bulletwhite: My interview by Tecnosh will soon be available in

:bulletwhite: Darwin's evolution, exhibition at Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
 -… from February 12th to March 24th, 2009
     project to which I contributed by creating some skeleton morphs


Human DK by Paula-Rosa Meta-For by Paula-Rosa

Much love!
  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: OASIS
  • Reading: Fernando Pessoa
  • Watching: Monty Python's Life of Brian
  • Drinking: That sweet nespresso

Hi you wonderful cool mad sweet deviant friends.
I wish you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR.

I'm on my way up to the north of the country for the usual family meeting over the turkey massacre. I'll be back in 2009, right after a bombastic reveillon. Hopefully, this year will be the best!
No, no, no I don't want to hear more about the word "crisis" around here. That stuff is just too depressing and if we care too much it will just make it worse, I'm afraid. Just don't panic and have FUN!

Hmmm... I'll not make silly jokes about Santa's underware this year. I'll leave the jokes for the professionals.

Old oldies but always fun. LMAO!

1968- Storytime:
:spotlight-left:… :spotlight-right:

1979-if you never did, you must see this. A good alternative for the usual Xmas laxative TV programs/programmes. LetslookathetraillA!!!

:spotlight-left:… :spotlight-right:

Have fun this Christmas! (and that's an order!)
Fluffy cloud of hugs and much Love!


"Human DK" will be the cd cover for Aura
"Power of Observation" will be the cd cover for eXcubitors
Check them out! They're cool bands.


Human DK by Paula-Rosa Meta-For by Paula-Rosa

Much love!
  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: OASIS
  • Reading: Fernando Pessoa
  • Watching: Monty Python's Life of Brian
  • Drinking: That sweet nespresso

DD goes for DAnke DArlings!!!

Journal Entry: Mon Nov 24, 2008, 2:55 AM


for all the visits, words, favs, features and all that sweet jazz. I hate it but I'll never be able to thank everyone individually...

I must thank IreneLangholm for the feature and khymikaze for describing it so much better than I ever could:
"(...) modernity as it is: pollution, broken dreams, superficiality...blind minds addicted to television, and feeling safe behind the keyboard; decay of the human soul."

This portrayed Decay is there but only because we feel it as a reality. We could never translate the elements of a composition if the signs (and even symbols) are strange to us... Most of the times we need to identify. There's some sort of universal language in visually expressed imagery (and in Art in general). Has always been my preferred language. Even because, the translation is, all the times, a very subjective one, depending on our personal experiences, on what we are able to understand. This is the ultimate magic of the game and can only make this kind of communication the most fascinating, free and richer one.

"Human DK" it's not a skeptical and "negativistic" personal view on the future of humanity. It's just a casual observation of a strange present. Normally, I'm not into prophecies but when the present presents itself with such strangeness maybe there's material for me to torture my braincells. Maybe there's something for all of us to reflect about...
A big question mark (even though "doubt" is resolved by a period).


Human DK by Paula-Rosa Meta-For by Paula-Rosa


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Much love!

  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: Some Elastica , some Primal Scream
  • Drinking: Coffee

a very surreal chat

Journal Entry: Sat Nov 22, 2008, 1:39 AM

for all the recent comments, favs, features and all that jazz. I hate it but I'll never be able to thank everyone individually...


The MN@ Team is pleased to announce:

An Audience with Louis Markoya.

Please join us for this very surreal chat event where we'll learn more about Louis, his art, and his adventures with Salvador Dali...

This live chat event will take place on Sunday, November 30'th, 2:00 pm Pacific Standard Time (your local time here) in the #Auditorium chatroom.

For more details and to participate please visit…

Much :heart:

Paula Rosa

  • Mood: Artistic
  • Listening to: Some Elastica , some Primal Scream

Rest in peace, Ivan

I am so sad today. My dog Ivan just passed away. He was 15 years old. It's so hard to deal with such a feeling.
He was the sweetest dog ever.
I don't know why but I just had to say that. I'll miss him very much.

Thank you very much for the recent visits, comments, favs and all that sweet jazz. I'm very grateful for all the feedback on my work. A thousand thanks!!!


Ivan, the dog by dreamstock  
  • Mood: Artistic
  • Listening to: Talking Heads - houses in motion
  • Reading: The Expression of Emotions in Animals- C. Darwin
  • Drinking: Coffee

listening: eXcubitors
reading: The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals
drinking: coffee
eating: a lot


For all the feedback on my work. It's greatly appreciated.


Hi everybody! I hope you're all doing great. I'm doing great here and...(oh shit!)...I've 5000 messages and 6,069 deviations. University is over, so now I'm officially a damn "space designer". It was all quite fun. Holidays were sooo perfect.
I have a mountain of new work to upload. Most of it consists of stuff made in College and specially with traditional medium (had also been a while since I worked with that). As soon as I get my portfolios back, and since most of the pieces are huge, I'll try to photograph them to upload. There's also a lot of 35mm photography and old methods like pinhole and photograms. It was interesting but also a bit boring and time taking under a red light.


New projects are on the agenda.
I'm currently working for an exhibition at Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. It will present Darwin's Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection, one of the most important achievements in Science. It will incorporate elements of Darwin, an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History (New York) in collaboration with Museum of Science (Boston), the Field Museum (Chicago), Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto) and Natural History Museum (London).
For more details, please visit the exhibition website:…


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  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: eXcubitors
  • Drinking: Coffee

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Journal Entry: Mon Apr 21, 2008, 2:31 PM


For all the feedback on my work. It's greatly appreciated.


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  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: PORTISHEAD
  • Reading: Fernando Pessoa
  • Watching: La Fura Dels Baus
  • Playing: life
  • Eating: chocolate
  • Drinking: Sheridans

For all the feedback on my work. It's greatly appreciated. I'll be around more often from now on but it will take me some time to update my messages center. The numbers are quite frightening in there. All have 4 digits by now. LOL.


Boycott to the presence of Guillermo Vargas "Habacuc" at the Bienal Centroamericana Honduras 2008 . >…


  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: PORTISHEAD - Roads
  • Reading: Alberto Moravia
  • Watching: La Fura Dels Baus - Naumachia
  • Drinking: Sheridans

Still from Bug-istan...

Journal Entry: Thu Mar 27, 2008, 3:10 PM

MOOD: coolest
LISTENING TO: Einsturzende Neubauten
READING: essays on digital art
DRINKING: Sheridans


An enormous "THANK YOU" to everyone who has been providing some form of feedback on my work. In truth, I haven't been replying because I've haven't been able to see my messages (comments). It's an annoying bug thing, already reported but apparently not solved yet.

GO AWAY BUG... or I'll :shithitsthefan: you and make a nice cold salad. ;)


New exhibition coming soon for moi. NY, HERE I GO!!!
It will also be the first time I'll be visiting New York. I'm all excited about this new project and the trip (any suggestions will be appreciated). I will provide more details about this solo show as soon as I have them. Would be just so great to meet some fellow deviants there. Gods, I would love that.

Lately, I've been working in collaboration with a few bands from Brazil and Korea. It has been a fantastic experience for me. Creating images for album covers and video clips is a long time dream, now made real. As soon as I can make them public, I'll be uploading to DA, to share with you - cool people.

I've also been collaborating with my friend Manuel Carmo, who is the president of a Culture Foundation in New York. It's purpose is to link the North American and European Art. For more details, please visit , the website.

Too much work here, for a change. Anyway, I hope everybody is doing fine.

All the best! :heart:

boats collection 1

Manuel carmo Foundation


IN-DEFINITION. Painting and Photo Exhibition + performance by Manuel Carmo. Lisbon Water Museum. Opening on the 3rd of July.

2008 paula rosa Paula-Rosa

  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: PORTISHEAD
  • Reading: Alberto Moravia
  • Watching: La Fura Dels Baus - Naumachia
  • Drinking: Sheridans


Journal Entry: Fri Dec 21, 2007, 5:39 PM
  • Mood: Delighted
  • Listening to: PORTISHEAD - Roads
  • Reading: Alberto Moravia
  • Watching: La Fura Dels Baus - Naumachia
  • Eating: dark chocolate
  • Drinking: Sheridans

From the Republic of Bug-istan

Journal Entry: Sat Oct 13, 2007, 7:42 AM
  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: MADREDEUS - Ao longe o Mar
  • Reading: essays on digital art
  • Watching: La Fura Dels Baus - Naumachia
  • Drinking: Sheridans

8 FACTS and a SAD FACT...

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 11, 2007, 3:01 PM

Sad news when I logged in today:

Our dear friend and fellow deviant Greg Leborgne died recently.

a :rose: to :iconogreg:



My dear friend Michel-Lag-Chavarria tagged me. Merci Michel.

Here are some weird compact facts about my weird compact self:

1- I'm addicted to music, coffee and (damn!! I've tried hard to give up) cigarettes. I managed to replace them by a pipe. So now I can say "I gave up cigarettes".

2- I wear black most of the times (since I was 10). More recently I painted a room in my house totally in black. Something I had never seen and I was curious about how it would be. I liked it and it remains totally black.  
When I'm at home, I spend my days in this dark room I call "the combat area" or "the cave", working, drawing, painting and listening to music. For this reason and because I get so absorbed by these activities, I frequently loose the notion of time. I never know which day of the month is, never know which day of the week is...
When I have to say how old I am, I have to remember I was born in 1970.
My friends use to say I'm a hermit.

3- I like to cook and specially to eat. My favorite food is Italian and Portuguese. (I have failed in all my attempts to become a vegetarian, probably because I grew up convinced I was a damn predator).

4- I'm fascinated by Astronomy, Philosophy, Psychology and other things ending in "gy" like dark chocolate. :)

5- I've no religion and I'm not even an atheist. I've more a sort of agnostic posture, when I'm forced to think about it.

6- I'm never satisfied with my work. I always believe I can improve much more. I'm never really happy with it and I suppose I will never be.
There was a period of my artistic life that I believed I was so conceptual that the mere fact of putting my ideas on paper (or somewhere else where they could assume a physical form) would be pure waste of time. It was I believe my most creative period. I abandoned such idiocy some months later when I was invited to illustrate a book. Hard to convince them to pay me to illustrate with my brain mainly heh!

7- In my adolescence I was a football player (soccer) and I used to run in many national competitions. I was really fast and was invited by three great clubs in Portugal. Never joined any due to my natural alienation and my premature addiction to nicotine by the age of 14.

8- As a resume of my character (by my own evaluation, of course), I'm introverted, peaceful, calm, crazy, perfectionist, lonely, alienated, weird. Paradoxally (or maybe not) I'm very responsible, organized, professional.
I've no age (according to common standards), I've no religion, I don't identify with any political postures or ideals, I don't watch TV, I like the way I am. :)

Thanks for reading.

Now I'm supposed to tagg some victims. Hummm... lets see..

Forgive me my silent favs and the late replies ( I hate to do this) . Work has been too much since the 1st of September. I also started a  new activity in a partnership with some artists and photographers. We are creating an interesting project that I'll tell you more later.
Many thanks for all the recent feedback on my work here on DA. It is greatly appreciated.

On a different note, the poetry book "Versus Nus" by Tiago is out there. The publisher is Magna Editora. The book cover features my painting "Inner Dynamics", fact that truly honors me. The book is excellent and I recommend it to all poetry lovers.

FAM Magazine Printed - Issue 1 Released.
Just got mine today.

For more details, check out

FAM Magazine Paperback Issue 1 by Future-Art-Magazine

You can order it online here

Much :heart:


  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: It's No Good - Depeche Mode (right now)
  • Reading: essays on digital art
  • Watching: the crazy rythmic green bars on my winamp
  • Playing: with the keyboard buttons
  • Eating: nuts
  • Drinking: Sheridans

The modernism at ccb

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 25, 2007, 3:13 PM

MOOD: coolest
LISTENING TO: It's No Good - Depeche Mode
READING: essays on digital art
DRINKING: Sheridans


CCB - Centro cultural de Belém (Belém Cultural Center) for those who do not know, it's the largest building with cultural facilities in Portugal. Located in Lisbon, it holds the Joe Berardo Art Collection (estimated at over 316 million euros).
I visited the Berardo Collection Museum yesterday and I must say that I saw for the first time the original paintings, sculptures, interesting videos and installations of some artists that I've been admiring through the years. From Salvador Dali to Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Max Ernst, Magritte, Mario Cesariny, Paula Rego, André Masson, Marcel Duchamp, Francis Bacon and many many more. All distributed by art movements  in an area of 140,000 m². (with terrible light btw). Despite the bad light design, which causes some annoying reflexes on the pieces,  it was very interesting to visit and I suggest it to anyone coming to Portugal or living here. A cool program for tourists, art aficionados and aliens like myself.
On a different note, my holidays ended, I had to update my crappy website  and I've too much work in hands right now. I must prepare my show for Coimbra, a 30 minute speech for the conference there (Gah!) and I'm also involved in a variety of projects with the portuguese author Manuel Carmo, which is an amazing and renowed artist and also a great friend of mine.
Some time ago I was talking with him about the internet and the way it has been revolutionizing the arts panorama (yes we are old enough) and Manuel decided to open an account on DA, which is a great site representing this reality.


Unfortunately, but fortunately for him, he's a very busy person and he hasn't the time to come here frequently. Even though, I decided to share this with you. I truly admire his work and hopefully we will upload more of his paintings soon.
On a funny note, I was contacted by a portuguese poet who wants to use my painting "INNER DYNAMICS" for the cover of his next poetry book. This was cool!  I allowed the use of my image after reading the whole book before it went to the publisher. It's great! I liked it! Will be published in October. Cool heh!
Ok! All for now.
Big warm hug. Enjoy the rest of Summer. I'll be around, despite the work.


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boats collection

boats collection 1

credit to ginkgografix

  • Mood: Pleased
  • Reading: essays on digital art
  • Watching: the crazy rythmic green bars on my winamp
  • Playing: with the keyboard buttons
  • Eating: nuts
  • Drinking: Sheridans


Holy Flying Time Machines!!!!

As some of you may know I was away from DeviantArt for almost two years, coming here now and then just to pick some new favorites, to check my notes and to read some news. I am back to this amazing place and I'll stay here as long as I can. I've worked really hard these past years, I got divorced, I dedicated more time to my dogs and I rarely had the time to comment and sit here just for the pleasure of browsing art or giving some feedback to my friends. My English even got terribly worse. Bah!
On my cave, things will be calmer until November, when my next exhibition will take place. By that time I will move for a month to the north of the country and I'll have a lot of work to do there. Until that, I'm planing to upload some new stuff and also some older stuff (from the Mr. Big Eye Era). Some of my older paintings have more than one version and some of them were revised and updated in 2006. I will upload them to my gallery here on DA because they marked a time of my life and a time of learning with the digital tools. Although, they must be seen on that particular context, exclusively.

In a similar note, I'm sorry for the late comments. I had more than 5000 messages when I came back and then a DD made that number even bigger. Still a chaos in my messages and it will take some time for me to organize all that. Paula's an organizer freak!! ;)

Thank you all for the recent feedback and friendship. I do appreciate them very, very much. Gods of cyberspace! I missed this place.

da prints

Mature Content

Vestigial Nymph II by Paula-Rosa
  Deleatur by Paula-Rosa  


As for the print requests on some of my images, I'll try to make them available really soon.
  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: Einsturzende Neubauten
  • Drinking: Sheridans


Journal Entry: Mon Jun 4, 2007, 5:40 PM
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Einsturzende Neubauten
  • Drinking: Sheridans

it can be 'Bolo do Caco'

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 5, 2006, 7:04 PM
  • Listening to: Shock To The System - B. Idol (right now)

Weird Weirdness

Journal Entry: Tue May 2, 2006, 7:07 AM

You're right, yes. Sorry!
Three journal entries by moi in less than a year, 2 months, 3 weeks and 4 days...
Any connection between this and the apocalypse falling on our heads is merely coincidental and purely unintentional.

Now, would you please call the militia or some superhero in strange stockings?
I was tagged again.  =P

This time by LADESIGNER (Can't trust neighbours these days, heh!)
Big hug Luisa. I had to accept this ahah. Thank you, my friend.


Welcome to my weird head, have a weird sit and enjoy your weird stay.

Paula in Weirdland presents:


So, in this kind of emotional self inflicted torture and mental self abuse of my frantic neurons, I will inflict my ridiculous selfanalisys on you by making public 6 weird facts about my weird self.

Starting by the meaning of the word "weird", me and Mr. Dictionary of Contemporary English we decided that it is a synonym for "unusual, very strange, rare".

In this context, and taking my pets as a basis for comparison, excluding the possible two  aspects  that could not fit into the "weird" category, I had trouble making a selection here. The whole process took me almost 15 long coffee cups. Exactly before finishing the 15th I decided to use wide topics to make it easier for moi and resume them drastically to save your  time and patience.

1- Shoes
Since I was a child, I take my shoes off to draw or paint.
Thanks to my mum, who was very observative and noticed it, I've been aware of this fact since I was 6.
I don't know why I tend to do this. It's a preference or a habit as many others, I guess. Although it surely deprived me of experimenting real freedom moments at public school through the years.

2 - Space for space
I've always been a "minimalism freak".
I'm an industrial/equipment designer and this may sound weird to some of you (possibly maybe) but I don't like many objects around me. This includes furniture, for instances.
Lets take my house as an example. More than 90% of the whole area has nothing else than air, particles of dust and lots of smoke, among a variety of invisible particles. I select criteriously my furniture, most of it was designed by me (and Mr. Corbusier is always welcome) and I have the less I can. So free area=95%, occupied area= 4%, variable area=1% (me, inside or outside the house, more or less mentaly active. heh! I joke).
I do love space and I hope my friends like the echo as much as me, during our conversations.

3 - Colours/Colors
I suppose I'm weird in this matter.
I've a thing for the no-colours and specially for the extremities of the grayscale. I usually wear black and white. Correction: I only use black and/or white. Can't even say I'm neutral, because this has been a long time institution and a true natural preference in what relates to clothes and other despicable stuff.
On the other hand, I'm absolutely fascinated by colours. In my paintings, most of the times I'm affraid to use them. This, I believe, is related to a great respect I have for colours and for being aware of their power. When I use them, normally it's very very intentional. Colours cause a strong impact on us, don't they? It's amazing.

4 - Food
Another long term habbit is this weird preference to eat food separatedly. I mean, to eat different things isolated.
For instances, I rarely eat meat but lets suppose there's some tasty tipical portuguese meal on the table including different kinds of meat, potatoes, rice, some green boiled vegetables and a cold salad. I would invariably start by eating all the salad, then the boiled vegetables, followed by the rice, the potatoes and finally the meat. All in a most instinctive impulse.
My mum used to say this attitude resambles a "hire purchase" and she tried hard to change it.
I know eating habbits can vary greatly from culture to culture, from country to country. Although, believe me, here  in miscelaneousland it is considered weird enough.

5 - Music
I'm totally dependent on music. Nothing weird about this since my dogs like it too. Although I can listen to the same song 748748374832478932498475847 times without feeling dizzy and  irreversible insane. This is quite strange I believe.
Most of my paintings, for instances, are made listening to the same composition over and over again. It is as if I changed it it would all go to hell and enter a totally strange and different ambiance. I remain in some sort of crazy trance over a particular song and it just let it flow until I "feel like".
When I'm not home?
Well,  I take my mp3 player et voilá. Can't live without music. Seriously.
I've also a thing for guitars. Electric, classic guitars and (surprise surprise) the portuguese guitar which is an unique intrument with a very particular sound. My grandfather mastered it so I blame the genes for this cronical weirdness.

6 - Boats
I've a passion for the sea and I couldn't stand being far away from the ocean. I would be assaulted by some sort of sea-deprivation syndrome It's more a kind of addition. One more.
More secrete though has been my long time dream to live on a boat.
Weird? I'm not  sure but it seems there are not many people in Western countries living that way. So I thought it fits into the "weird" list.
I would love to live on a boat. That's a weird fact. And I'll try to make it possible some time in the future, many many euros from today. ;)

Thank you very much for taking the time to read this weird stuff.
Now repeat after moi a 100 times:

"being weird is ok"
"being weird is ok"
"being weird is ok"

and we'll all feel better.  

Avalanche of hugz!


  • Mood: Mad

what subject?

Journal Entry: Wed Apr 19, 2006, 6:08 PM

Was a crazy but nice week. You?

The weather is not perfect yet and tobacco got more expensive... AGAIN! Nice time to stop smoking... the most expensive brands.

Had to change my "current age" because a lot of people told me it was my birthday, the other day. So, as they were a majority, all in accordance and such, I believed I'm 16 now. Sorry, I meant 36.

When I think about this I always feel strange about it.  I really don't think about age, unless when I have to write it somewhere or so.
I believe it's a good sign, otherwise I would be complaining about artritis reumatoid already and... who is Mr. Alzeimher btw?
Listening to someone yesterday, I heard some interesting point of view about this. "Age", he said, "is the most relative issue. We usually call "old people" to those who have more than 10 years and "young" to those who have less 10 years than we have. In fact, I remember, when I was 9, a person in his/her twenties was really really really old. I look back now and those are kids enjoying the Spring of life. Funny as it is, age is just a crazy thing to think about during Spring. Better dream about dark chocolate and there's a lot of Metaphysicis in it.

On a similar note, I've had some extra time to dedicate to DA and I've been  uploading a lot of scraps. I just realized I've more scraps than deviations in my gallery. I just joined the club of "that's my dog, I was bored", more or less, and uploaded my dog's face in black and white, among some old vector work in the form of cartoons. Maybe I'll put some more vectors soon and some fractal experiences.

So, what's for dinner tonight?

Hope you guys have been feeling great.
Big hugz!


  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: Kraftwerk
  • Watching: L'Aventure, c'est L'Aventure

One more, please, without sugar!

Journal Entry: Mon Apr 10, 2006, 5:18 PM
  • Mood: Mad

New exhibition for moi

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 14, 2006, 9:19 AM
  • Mood: Mad
  • Listening to: Portishead & Kraftwerk
  • Watching: Monty Python's Life of Brian ;)