MZX Photography

November 7, 2018

MZX Photography – fashion, portrait, design and an engaging blog – in English and Slovak. If you know people who need better business identity of fashion brands or models who need shaping their modelling career, Martin is the guy to get in touch with 🙂



November 5, 2018

Nitra, a charming city, situated at the foot of Zobor Mountain, is one of the oldest cities in Slovakia (dating back to the 9th century). The city has a wealth of historic structures. A stroll on a beautiful autumn day around Nitra Castle, the archeological museum and the old town, is quite an experience.

To my Nitra album >>>


October 29, 2018

A fairy tale place not only for kids, but for adults, too. Bibiana – an interactive gallery institution in Bratislava supporting the development of illustration works for children and literature in Slovakia and abroad. Knowledge, books, interactions – learning through play and having fun.

Czechoslovakia 100

October 28, 2018

I find Google’s regional Doodles always inspiring. The 100th anniversary from the creation of Czechoslovakia in 1918  (the Czechs struggling against their Austrian rulers and the Slovaks against the  Hungarian ones) is a good occasion for celebrating together.

Kafka in virtual reality

October 25, 2018

Being Gregor Samsa from Franz Kafka’s “Metamorphosis” in virtual reality was an amazing experience at Goethe Institute in Bratislava. It made me think of all these non-virtual realities around us and the numerous virtual ones in our minds.

The term Kafkaesque has entered the vernacular to describe unnecessarily complicated and frustrating experiences, especially with bureaucracy. Noah Tavlin explains this comprehensibly in a 5-minute TED-Ed video.

What’s your creative type? Quiz

October 22, 2018

If you take Mega Wagner’s Quiz: What’s your creative type? you will find out what drives you, what your deepest motivations are and how to achieve your full creative potential. I turned out:

Game Changer

which goes with smashing conventions, encountering a fair amount of criticism and rejection … In most cases it was worth it.