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Sashka loves inhalats and works for 600 leva per month...and she looks and feels happy :)
10 Oct 2007
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Ceco i Sashka - Bez teb nemoga
31 Aug 2008
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Sashka Vaseva - Ivane
12 Feb 2011
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Sashka Vaseva - Nose Voenna lubov
12 Feb 2011
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tel za partita i kuponi: 0889394582 www.sashka-folk.hit.bg
30 Mar 2011
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www.sashka-folk.hit.bg
30 Mar 2011
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LOVE YOU
21 Feb 2008
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26 Oct 2008
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Nikos Vertis - Poia Esy (BG )(Поздрав за Александра)
8 May 2009
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Преслава - искаше само любов
9 Jul 2009
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TKV is the artist name of Sashka (1988), a Serbian street artist, living in Belgrade. Doing stencil art is a basic need for TKV: she has to go out and leave her creative marks throughout the city. It's as essential as eating or sleeping. Since graffiti -- like in most places - is prohibited in Serbia, TKV has to be very careful not to be caught by the police. That's the reason why we filmed her in a matter that makes her less recognizable. Although TKV is extremely concerned with the social situation of her country, this doesn't mean she loses herself in political slogans. On the contrary: she wants to add something beautiful to the world, she wants to surprise unsuspecting passerby's and make her fellow citizens smile. Albeit for a moment. In upgrading her hometown TKV focuses on the dirty alleys and rundown street corners. Monuments and historic buildings are left untouched. 'These have their own value', she explains. Not unlike a fairy queen she roams the streets at night using a spray can as a magic stick to transform the appearance of the city. Hence her artist name, which is an abbreviation of The Kween of Vairy. Changing the world with artistic magic, you can dismiss it as hopelessly naïve, you can also admire the persistent optimism. We hope the latter attitude will appeal to you the most. We joined Sashka on one of her nightly trips during which a strange confrontation sets her off on a passionate account about the current state of Serbia.
29 Oct 2009
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