Say Cheese Foo!

Say Cheese Foo!


If Donald Glover is The son of Kanye West than I’m Donald’s racially ambiguously confused, half-brother. AfroEuroAmerican??? Here’s the rendition I did for 3005. Thanks for watching guys!


P.S. If you ever see this Donald, Thanks for showing us your vulnerability and inspiring others to take those chances. #payinghomage


Till Then … Feel Through


Celebrating Yasiin Bey’s Birthday




iamdonald:

because the internet album cover.

iamdonald:

because the internet album cover.


Such a great song, had to put my spin on it.



With gratitude and patience…
Submerged under the murky waters the vessel reboots, this time operating from a different source of power. Ready to live a life at it’s full potential, ready to dream beyond belief.

Join us and let’s live to create. We’re not crazy. We BELIEVE.


iamdonald:

"because the internet" park listening session
trinity bellwoods park, toronto  10.28.13

iamdonald:

"because the internet" park listening session

trinity bellwoods park, toronto  10.28.13


Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.

brendantheblob:

Brendan MonroeTurningOctober 22, 2013 - November 20, 2013Opening reception / Tuesday October 22, 2013 / 7pm
Galerie L.J. is pleased to present Turning, the third exhibition in Paris by American artist Brendan Monroe. The exhibition showcases a series of new paintings on paper and wood sculptures.
In continuation of the evolution of his work over the past three years towards a more contemplative world with refined landscapes, almost abstract, Monroe continues to develop the rotational movement in his paintings. Indeed, it is all about movement in his work, which is slow but also active as a reflection of what is happening around us, where things are always a perpetual rotary motion. Brendan Monroe illustrates the maxim, “Nothing is lost, everything is transformed.”
GALERIE L.J.12 rue Commines, Paris 75003 Franceinfo@galerielj.com / +33 (0) 1 72 38 44 47 /www.galerielj.com

brendantheblob:

Brendan Monroe
Turning
October 22, 2013 - November 20, 2013
Opening reception / Tuesday October 22, 2013 / 7pm

Galerie L.J. is pleased to present Turning, the third exhibition in Paris by American artist Brendan Monroe. The exhibition showcases a series of new paintings on paper and wood sculptures.

In continuation of the evolution of his work over the past three years towards a more contemplative world with refined landscapes, almost abstract, Monroe continues to develop the rotational movement in his paintings. Indeed, it is all about movement in his work, which is slow but also active as a reflection of what is happening around us, where things are always a perpetual rotary motion. Brendan Monroe illustrates the maxim, “Nothing is lost, everything is transformed.”

GALERIE L.J.
12 rue Commines, Paris 75003 France
info@galerielj.com / +33 (0) 1 72 38 44 47 /
www.galerielj.com


dynamitecupcakes:

DISTINCT NOV 10TH