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 The music of their battle..













The battle of wits or how music is all we got


“Sherlock—Not now—He's back.”


                                                                        Come and play.

                                                                        Tower Hill.

                                                                        Jim Moriarty x.


Scene no. 1. A small smile creeps onto Moriarty's face as he's being put in a police car. 20 seconds later Daily Express headlined: “Crime of the Century?”.

“Sinnerman” starts to play.

New front pages headlines one after the other lock onto the song's rhythm, while Simone's voice masters the scenes. Master criminal and amateur detective? Such an injustice at the Judgement Day! But who's hiding from divine justice? “Oh, sinnerman, where you gonna run to? / Sinnerman where you gonna run to? / Where you gonna run to? / All on that day / We got to run to the rock / Please hide me, I run to the rock”, and the voice breaks, pleads, begs, survives the fuss outside 221B, following Sherlock and Watson's dressing up. Sherlock leads the way downstairs and goes to the front door, then stops and turns. “Ready?--Yes”. And it is the tall, elegant, mysterious figure of Sherlock and Watson's worry that gets us out of Sherlock's home. Into the police car. Around Trafalgar Square.

Scene no. 2. Jim Moriarty in a gray costume. In shadows. Full-size. Marching up towards the courtroom. Zoom on his steps. One (BUT)-two (THE)-three (LORD)-four (SAID)-five. Zoom on his face while walking, while changing from empty to sarcastic. Andrew Scott giving a slight smile at the end of this scene. And a life performance. Nina curses: “Go to the Devil, the Lord said / Go to the Devil / He said go to the Devil”.

Scene no. 3. The music lowers. Sherlock's visage. Always thinking, diving into his own world. Light reflections on the car's window, as it goes by slowly. Nina strives to push the car, John strives for logic. And Cumberbatch is unearthly, captivating, charismatic, beyond the standards. The B minor rises. Again. To meet them.

Scene no. 4. Jim walks into the dock. He turns his head, murmurs, pokes out his tongue, smiles creepily. He is corrupt, unprincipled, shameless, perfectly mad and perfectly bad. “Oh yeah / Oh yeah / Oh yeah / Well, I run to the river / It was boilin', I run to the sea / It was boilin', I run to the sea / It was boilin', all on that day”.

Kingdom. Power. “Ha-ha-ha-ha / Ha-ha-ha-ha, oh Lord”.

Slow moves, long zooms on the spot, clicks and flashes, a sing song sociopath, a super-geek-arrogant-enchanting detective, an always caring-sensitive-real friend, and all these orchestrated by a thrilling rendition of a legendary song by “the priestess of the soul”. A battle of wits. It's fascinating how directors manipulate their media to trigger viewers' emotions. And how music speaks directly to the soul. Nina knows. Toby Haynes knows better. Music is all we got! That's elementary, dear.

Once upon a time, “every fairy tale has a good old-fashioned villain”, who runs to the Devil. And the promise of happily ever after. And an F sharp to finish.

inspired by SHERLOCK (TV Series, BBC), Season 2 ,Episode 3





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A Vibrant and provocative girl..walk only with Aris Moskov..



AM:Modeling and fashion, what part of your personality expresses? 

AK: In the childhood I dreamed to become an actress) well like most girls. But my mom decided that I like more the law. 
So modeling for me is a chance to become an actress and play different roles. It's like a silent movie when you need a body to Express emotion and mood of Shooting. Although, we always have fun, and every frame is worth a good 20 minutes of wild laughter.
AM:Fashion and Art. What do these words mean to you?
AK: Fashion and art always go together. And one cannot exist without the other. However, fashion is not always the art, and Vice versa. Take for example the photo. In recent years it has become a mainstream, it is very fashionable to do a photo shoot, everyone becomes a photographer. Anyway, without a photo of the product/service it is not possible to imagine the modern world. And the face of the concept of fashion and art is practically erased. Everybody are Interested in likes and reposts)) and for me, art is something eternal. Dali, Chanel, Mozart. It might be someone obscure, but it is recognized by the whole world, and therefore, it is an art, and it is fashionable.
AM:How much Social Media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat) is promoting a young model ?
AK: As for me, I'm convinced that the best way to become internationally recognized model is Instagram. There are a lot of people who is looking for new faces, or just flipping through different profiles. You should post a lot of photos from the parties and projects, mark people and publics, than the probability that you will notice will grow . Although that is some kind of the case, of course. That's how do you find me?))
AM:What do you dream of living in the future as a model?
AK: I have never predicted the career as a model, and did not aim. I've always wanted to run a business)) and now I am the co-owner of one of the Moscow photostudios. Yes, in my spare time I'm still modeling, but it's more a hobby than the way of life and the source of income. Now I help to organise photo shoots and act more as the model scout, because I know many photographers, makeup artists, stylists. So if somebody wants a cool photo session, I'm the best producer ever 😊
My name is Anastasia (Ana) 
56 kg 
The fashion shows. Photo shoot. Shooting for advertising.



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AM: When did you start your career as a tattoo artist? What does tatoo mean for Anastasia as a person?
AG :I started hitting tattoos 5 years ago in a studio in Thessaloniki.After hitting the firts one, i one of my best friend, I realized that I am very happy with the feeling, not only during the process but also at the end of it. I love the arts. I just left my greek philology career apart to start my favourite tatoo creator career as a rookie. Now it's just a way of life, my way of creation, it certainly makes me more happy in my daily life.
AM:Like most tattoo artists, so do you have one in your body, what do these designs mean to you? Moments? People? What is your favorite?
AG:In contrast to most tattoo artists, I do not have much in my body. I have a little one in my feet, which i did it myself when I started learning, so the value is more emotional to me.I have also a great tattoo picturing a peacock from my favourite and mentor tatoo artist (Kostas Tzikalagias), which  is beautiful. I honestly can't decide which is my favourable.
AM: Is there someone who inspired (or inspires) you to become a tattoo artist?
AG:  Not when  i started but a little bit later there was a tatoo artist, well known in Greece and abroad, beside whom there were some important stimuli and influence on the way of life of an artist (everyday life, voyage), things that were unfamiliar with my life until then. I do not talk about style at all, neither terms of technique. Today many people inspire me, artists from Greece and abroad.
AM: Does the body convey beliefs through the tattoo? Or simply is another measure of the fashion of our times?
AG:They both do. It is not possible for the whole public to be entirely interested in the expression of the meanings. However, everyone can do it exclusively for fashion, but rather for media or social media standards. However, I believe that everyone can express himself through the tattoo according to his personality.
AM: What would you advise someone who would come to "hit" his first tattoo?
AG: He must think of it very well. Many people, especially young, just want to have one or more tattoos. Someone that wants to hit his first tatoo, or any other later, must carefully consider his option. It is something, that covers his body's part.
 AM:What is the nicest tattoo you have "hit" on another ?
 AG:I can not answer this with certainty. First of all, the beauty is purely subjective. If you ask about what is the one that is most definitely favourable, i would say the tatoos that filled my clients' eyes with pleasure, satisfaction and light!
AM: What are your dreams and your plans for the future?
AG: I think that is about time to invest more time, more energy in drawing and tatoo designing!  Hit as much tatoos as i can! In the near future, travelling abroad, meeting with other artists, learning from them, gathering experience would be an appropriate step for my career. Tatoo is a way of creating!
Anastasia is modern thinking beautiful girl, full of innovative tatoo ideas.
She currently lives in Thessaloniki, Greece and works for Blackbird Tatoo Studio.