lars@larscuzner.com

+46 702366193


  1. Really good work, keep going.
    Best of luck.

  2. theforum20

    This blog is great – I think you’re doing the same as we are here:

    http://theforum.wordpress.com/

    Is there anyway the forum can help your blog?

    – jbrickman
    = the forum

  3. I love your honest and original thoughts and your art – amazing. I agree with you philosophy on things / this world.

  4. Alfred

    Great stuff Lars. Visit Japan sometime, eh?

    Alfred

  5. David William Cuzner

    Hello Lars:

    Just wondering how far your surname goes back?

    David Cuzner

  6. ¿CUANDO VIENES A VERNOS, DOCTOR?
    ESTAMOS EN EL MISMO LUGAR ESPERANDOTE.
    NOSOTROS SOLO SUBIREMOS A SUECIA A VERTE
    SI NOS ASEGURAS QUE EL GOBIERNO
    NO VA A CUIDAR DE NOSOTROS…

    UN ABRAZO DESDE BARCELONA,
    ALBERT,GUDRÚN Y DAVID

  7. Hi Lars,
    Your Website is looking great! I hope your new projects are going well. I overheard a woman in a coffeeshop telling a friend about your “Detecting Airborne Viruses in the Art World” piece. I think you made an impression here.
    Keep me posted on any news!

    Jeff Stokes

  8. manjinder

    hey buddy how are you doing. lookin good. contact me to let me know the easiest way to contact you




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