Still exhausted from an amazing and great EYYM 2009 event in Zurich. Things went really smooth, better than any of the organizers could have hoped for. On Sunday we had a yoyo bazaar where we sold all donated yoyos from sponsors (THANK YOU!) and gave away the many generous freebies we had received.
Also, I had a few anodized CUT yoyos with me. Especially for the occasion: The SWISS cut with the swiss flag engraved in it.
And very few of the Vyolence edition. This black yoyo depicts a timid girl holding an oversized gun, not knowing what to do with it. Though the name is Vyolence, this image supports anti-violence efforts. Kids today are exposed to violence at younger and younger age. Yoyoing is an artform, a toy or a sport free of such development - which I quite enjoy. Big thank you to Oke Rosgana who helped me draw this character, inspired by Tim Burton's "The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories".