Pejk Malinovski was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. Almost immediately after learning to write he channeled that experience into modern, sometimes shattered poetry. Later, after experiments in documentary filmmaking, he somehow sneaked through a crack in the sound barrier at the National Danish Radio. His first radio piece was an abstract portrait of a street in Copenhagen, based on Guillaume Apollinaire's compositional ideas.
How to modernize your kimono
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 09:40 AM
Last night Roland brought me along to his friend's kimono Party. Yes, you guessed it, a kimono party is a party with people dressed in kimonos. Of course it was somewhat tongue in cheek, but as most Japanese these people were dead serious about their hobby. There was a one hour presentation on ways to modernize your kimono, like a 100-yen attachment to carry your cell phone in your obi (kimono belt) or a turtleneck undershirt to keep warm in winter. These things aren't cheap either; $2000 is about average for a good kimono. And how else to finish the evening but with a kimono striptease?
- Pejk Malinovski