I wake up relaxed, without rushing. I enjoy the morning light while sipping my coffee and that sets the mood for the day.
I like biographies from all eras – the Medicis, the Borgias, Faludy and now Steve Jobs.
Everything in the south. The Balaton Uplands, Istanbul. And abandoned mansions and castles.
I like the feel of paper.
I don’t like wearing the colour yellow.
Many, but my all-time favourite is my first independent project, the club Nincs Pardon (No Pardon).
With friends in general, and those friends in particular with whom the relationship has somewhat waned. Or with Frida Kahlo and a contemporary brilliant “nutcase”.
I grew up in Kaposvár, and I received the first strong visual impulses in the theatre there. I had great masters including Reimholcz, Makovecz, Turányi, Ekler and István Ferenc. They demanded good drawing skills and good vision and I am grateful to them and fate for teaching me to be constantly observant. To this day, I feel fascinated by the architectural details of Budapest and the colour combinations produced by nature.
That they should have the courage to be firm. They shouldn’t make decisions to gain other people’s approval.