"Kulo City" is the imprint of parties, enthusiasm and lethargy of Budapest at the Millenium - generational, comic, ironic, contemptuous, „cool“, yet staggering. The comics or more precisely the sketchbook diary shows downtown locations in the day - and moreoften nighttime, portraying its weird protagonist’s (Kula Jani's) adventures while adding zest to his existence, thus making this world an unique creation. A psychology diagram is what Kulo City probably resembles most, a diagram that shows the ordinary man existing in our consciousness, as well as its relation to the surrounding environment. Yet, this place filled with surreal creatures, hopes, dissapointments, alcohol, weed and a spate of bars and clubs does exist and it is called Budapest. In this version of the city all the familiarity disappears; the well-known locations are reshaped to portray the scenery of the inner world beyond the mind.
23 Damjanich Street