Van Gogh is Bipolar: Part One
A quiet empty space is a great place to sit and contemplate ones journey into tomorrow’s unknown adventure. Where details adorning the walls bring a question or two while telling a mysterious story of art and personality. It will inspire the mind and enliven a weary spirit.
Bring a book or better yet a notebook to jot down ideas and thoughts. Or maybe a few friends that don’t laugh like hyenas on a rampage. The walls reek of a creative meltdown so just rub on the whitest part to get the juices flowing. Whispers and smiles are encouraged.
A mixture of old and older the atmosphere feels of haunts from yesteryear. This quaint little cafe is nestled in one of the villages in Quezon City, Philippines. Sure, it might sound like another cafe destined to either soar to independent success-away from those overcharging, overhyped coffee fast food chains- or die miserably trying. Either way, not everyone will see the point here but please do email me if you are interested. The owner will be happy to supply you with an address. Van Gogh would have been happy as hell if he had this down the street.