Multi styles FuittFuitt (French)
Laurence Yadi and Nicolas Cantillon

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When Bruce Lee knew how to dance

In 1958, the young Bruce 1 won the Hong Kong Cha‑Cha dance contest.

On January 13th 2014, Laurence Yadi and Nicolas Cantillon took an appointment with our studio to discuss a book wish about dance, more precisely their Multi styles FuittFuitt, an unprecedented and personal method based on the right sock’s friction. As meetings went by, it became obvious to include this project into another: bülbooks, a new imprint offering bootleg hijacked practical guides.

The publishing pace will be slow, every books will be polished until it gains the maturity to be published. These two dancers in black socks have shifted a bit the initial editorial schedule but the opportunity to approach, seriously with a touch of humour, an unknown field, was a chance not to be missed.

Multi styles FuittFuitt, a complex yet simple book with multiple reading paths, will sneakily, like the Faun 2, open doors to Laurence and Nicolas’ personal approach of contemporary dance. Seventy-two pages, carefully balancing practical texts, a Chinese anecdote and romantic encounter in Arabic. Personal diary as well as practical guide unveiling the FuittFuitt secrets, this book printed in warm red and black will pave the way to an unique collection of hijacked practical guides.

Without flinching, Laurence and Nicolas’ FuittFuitt hope to accomplish with dancing what Bruce fought for with Kung-Fu.

Bonne lecture!

  • BB-BruceLeechacha-01Bruce Lee Hong Kong 1958 Cha Cha contest - la classe
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  1. Bruce Lee (1940 – 1973), martial art movie star 

  2. Vaslav Nijinsky (1888 – 1950), magnificent and magic Faun from Russian ballet in 1912