and now feels he knows nothing.
Some teenager falls through time into the times of Kyivan Rus — and helps the then people fight against Polovtsi. They all talk weird — but at least the stunts look good.
it is somehow a perfect mashup. Not much to add here.
a daughter of an acquaintance of mine since the Fidonet times, won the first prize at the FAN EXPO ODESSA 2017:
Haven’t seen this one either on IO9 or here, on the Observation Deck.
This is a book trailer for the first Ukrainian steampunk comic book (with some actual persons from the Ukrainian history of the early 20th century)
For Russia, it was not enough that they plagued us with their vision of us as a non-existent / failed nation, grabbed a part of our land the size of 1.5 Belgiums —
Chastushki are like Russian limericks — short, funny and often obscene. They are also popular for their absurdist humor and clear rhythm with obvious rhyming. I would say this is the part of the Russian culture that makes me least nauseous.
One of the best Ukrainian waters (we here have a wide selection of bottled mineral waters), Morshynska, issued a limited series of smaller bottles looking like characters of Star Wars:
In December of 2013, in the first weeks of the Revolution of Dignity (do you know why we Ukrainians have our revolutions in winter? because in summer we are too busy enjoying picnics and cultivating our land), activists tore down the monument to Lenin (do you remember the wands in Disciples? the ones that make your…
If you didn’t watch this year’s Eurovision you missed the Ukrainian musicians performing in it.
for the last three years, as expressed by artistic means of 2Cellos:
The sand artist is Ksenia Symonova, she is Ukrainian.
in Kyiv — our Ministry of Foreign Affairs prepared some tips and suggestions (it will be for the first time in the entire history of this competition that it will be held in a country currently at war - and we have Russia to thank for that)
got the collection here. attributing from comments to the photos, not going to google it (the baby is asleep and I don’t have much time):
but so was Siberia.
And it definitely does not hurt that Poland has a bunch of castle to host it.
which we traditionally celebrate on April 12.
the posters say:
This adorable Easter egg painted as per Ukrainian tradition has some unusual motifs in its decoration: