The title is the only thing I could pretty much say at this point. Thank you xxxx for telling me about this in my previous blog post! Thank you so much! You have no idea how hyped I am right now! I have no idea what they are saying, but whatever! MY FREAKIN' MURAL WAS ON TV! *faints*
Okay now I have the full idea as to what they are talking about. Again, thank you to xxxx! This time for the translation.
Titi: Acesso is back on this Friday! And You Tokio Hotel fans envy, envy this school in Indonesia that had thegenial idea.
Marimoon: Look how cool it is! They took an entire wall and decorated it, with…you know what? A drawing of Bill Kaulitz! Look how cool it got! Amazing! It’s not just a drawing; it’s a mega modern design, super cool! Very cool! Very modern! It’s like a design class, really!
Titi: We really tried, but I didn’t found out who had this idea. It’s obvious that was students’ idea, and the teachers and the principal must have said it was great doing this!
Marimoon: Maybe the school’s principal is a Tokio Hotel fan, (he may have said) “guys I’m a Tokio Hotel fan, let’s decorate the entire school”
Titi: Yeah! It turned out very good! It looks like an art gallery!
Marimoon: That’s what I’m saying, it very well designed, it’s very good! When I first looked at the news, I was like maybe it’s a very bad drawing, (Bill) has an eye is bigger than other, the nose is weird, and maybe you say it could be Bill Kaulitz.
Titi: But it’s really him! And there’s something written here (points with a finger)
Marimoon: It’s very good!!! Congratulations!! (Clapping) Get jealous, jealous!
Titi: Get jealous!
--- TALKING ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE---
Marimoon: And now we are going to watch (for the first time on MTV)…
Titi: You guys asked us so much on Twitter…Hurricanes and Suns
Marimoon: Here’s our Easter gift for the Tokio Hotel fans, Hurricanes and Suns
Titi: He has this beautiful face to stamp on the wall in a Indonesian school ! You can see how Tokio Hotel it’s a worldwide phenomenon...In Indonesia!
Marimoon: What are you thinking guys? (She means that something is very good)
I was going through my old stuffs, trying to find what else could I add to my sketchbook for the Coursework 3 - which I submitted today and the teacher was being such an ass UGH - and I found this. I made it in 9th grade and I didn't realize I still had it. It was supposed to be a graffiti.
The guys from THO already knew about this when it was in the unfinished state. I finally added the finishing touches and after signing my name on the wall, I just have to share it.
The space I was working on was around a staircase which lead up to the roof and the small building on top of it which was the art room. Now, the walls had an awful yellow color, screamed out gloom and despair, and when I told my teacher that I wanted to vandalize some random wall, he told me to just make the installation around the staircase. "Plus, you have minimum chance of getting caught by the police."
And the process:
And thus, the final:
This four months project - idea, first sketches, and painting it - drains me physically. But it's worth it. I mean, now I have Bill Kaulitz's face on the wall! Who is basically the hottest man on Earth! And nobody stopped me!