Stämpfli Contemporary Art Foundation in Sitges, Barcelona
These are my best shots of the art work currently on display at the Stämpfli Foundation in Sitges, Barcelona.
The exhibition has been curated by Serge Lemoine, Professor Emeritus at Paris Sorbonne University. There are 90 works on display by more than 60 international artists. 
The Foundation is located in the old town of Sitges in a very nice building next to the Town Hall. 
If you are into contemporary art you definitely want to include a visit to the Foundation. The admission ticket costs 3.50€. Opening hours are from 10.00 to 17.00 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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The days of having bar soap at the bathroom sink are pretty much dead… at least at my house. We tend to use Bath & Body Works pump style hand soaps at all of the sinks and a bar of dove in the shower. The good old fashioned bar soap just doesn’t cut it at the sink… it is just too messy.

Well the concept pictured above may bring sexy bar soap back. The idea is pretty simple… you put a bar of your favorite soap in the dispenser and push the bar which provides grated soap for you to wash with. Genius, and would save some money too as bar soaps tend to be pretty inexpensive. I hope this concept makes it to reality.


Stampfli 24

If addiction is judged by how long a dumb animal will sit pressing a lever to get a ‘fix’ of something, to its own detriment, then I would conclude that netnews is far more addictive than cocaine.  ~Rob Stampfli
What Am I ?

Am I your love ?
Am I your toy ?
Am I the toy you love ?
Think of me as you cuddle up at night.
So comforting to know I love you.
Put me on the shelf when you don’t need me.
As I collect dust and spiderwebs I wait.
How long must I wait ?
Nobody wants to play with me.
Yet they admire me on a shelf.
What a cool toy to look at. I can feel its power from across the world.
Its cute. It loves me. Its there for me when i NEED it.
Then I put it back on the shelf to admire from afar once again.
Am I this toy ? This Boy? This dusty trinket ?

By Dan Stampfly