Category Archives: Street Brilliance

Street Brilliance: Tupac Lagerfeld Dali, Alec Monopoly

Media makes for a most marvelous canvas…

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when the world muses as such…

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Words, lines, scribes, eyes, Sunset below the artisan’s guise…

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Tupac Shakur…

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thug life, lime light, California love, Gotham in hindsight… muted magnanimity, press plastered prophecy

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Karl Lagerfeld…

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Vogue, Chanel, pose, channel… shade forever thrown, gaze universally shown, the mind the shine, the face – so poker… the judge, the jury, la mode’s the joker.

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Salvador Dali…

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doesn’t do drugs, drugs are he… time melt, mind meld, paint the scene _–_~ surrealistically…

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art c/o Alec Monopoly

protection c/o Bruiser

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new watchers… #watchus

wax on… wax off #andscene

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Because We’re Not In Kansas Anymore

Anyone from any small town with big city dreams can relate to this. Living the NYC/London/LA/Chicago/Berlinorwhatever, hustle hustle lifestyle knows we’re not in Kansas anymore. That’s why I’m currently enamored with the work of New York based artist John Paul OG. His ironic tags have been popping up all over New York, Chicago and Philly streets. Pursue the street brilliance of John Paul OG below.

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Sexism Sells

“Because for every big story of blatant sexism that I tell, there are dozens of far more subtle ones that I could be relating.” #overheard

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“Beyond these are even more subtle and complicated aspects, such as the perpetual feeling of being trapped into having to choose between either conforming to the stereotype of being a woman, or conforming to the stereotype of being a woman who doesn’t want to conform to the stereotype of being a woman.” – Julia (barefootscientist)

#SexismSells