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Juan has left the building!!! Oh No!

Juan has left the building!!! Oh No!

Juanito Carlo Ospina Gonzales the artist who brought you Flipbook!, Colombian War Games, and produced many other online games, just left the Fabrica building! On top of busy making online flash games, he also maintained Flipbook! of the Week section of this blog and was the one responsible for creating Fabrica Flickr Pool. Juan left the building yesterday after spending almost 2 full years at Fabrica, but because he's such a vital member of our online life, rumour has it that he might be coming back in the near near future....

Two Years of Mensa
Juan Carlos Ospina Gonzales, Interactive Department 2004-2006

What did you do before coming to Fabrica?
Studied graphic design, worked for an ad agency, played in a band, organized punk rock venues, ran an online community site, had on and off girlfriends, partied...

What's the plan now?
Go home. Hug Mom. Pet my dog. I'll pick it up from there.

Your most priceless accomplishment from the experience here
Meeting genius artists/ wonderful beautiful people almost everyday, randomly meeting my girlfriend at an Italian lesson, traveling to places i never thought i would ever even see, like the south of Italy, Holland, Belgium, Turkey even Japan (a schoolboy dream of mine), making a project that actually works, rolling down a hill and having fun doing it...i could go on.

Your favorite part about living in Treviso
Cheap wine and amazing food. Rich families that hire northern opairs.

Your least favorite part about living in Treviso
The rudeness, ignorance and general unfriendliness of most Trevigians, the horrible treatment to foreigners inside and outside the questura, the insane shop hours (how do these people make a living?), the total lack of customer service, way too many fur coats, way to many white pants and pink shirts, no internet in my flat, messy dirty roommates, movies dubbed to Italian, firewalls and closed ports, the fact that everything is late or broken down... i could go on.

Any last words for the Fabricanti?
Excessive gossiping is bad for you and those around you.


We'll miss you, puppydog!!! Come back soon!


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ReBlogged by ann p on May 17, 2006 at 05:37 PM Posted by ann p on May 17, 2006 at 05:37 PM


Ode to Juan:
Oh Juan, You;ll Be Missed...
Oh Juan, You'll be missed...
Oh Juan... Juan Oh Juan....
This is sounding too sexual dammit. Travel safely, and see you SOON!

Posted by: Daniel Hirschmann at 17.05.2006 07:20 PM

The half-day you left Fabrica was terrible.
I missed you so much.

Posted by: nalis at 19.05.2006 03:46 PM

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