She made my favorite works with words, and I had never heard of him at all, except for a quote in this one paperback. At this stage, I even feel strange putting them both in the same sentence, even though they shared a canvas and it was massive. It wasn't like boxers or wrestlers share a canvas. He disappeared and she's still a favorite. I was still a teenager and in a new city.
“Protect me from what I want.”
“An artist paints a picture. A vandal breaks a window. A graffiti artist paints a picture on a window and breaks it.”
“Abuse of power comes as no surprise.”
A few gaming consoles down and those flashing lights and business marquees have been spurned for millions of small glowing panels, held bedside, above thigh highs, eye-height with pursed lips, near breast, cupped in hands that could be useful for breeding mosquitos, just as well as absorbing waves, just as well as affecting tissues in unknown ways. Where's Andy Dick's Tumor Toppers on ? Am I gonna have to make the gif myself?
the new stuff is awesomeeee. when is it all finished? any more sneak peeks? >:3
Yeah idunno I'm just not feeling it right now. it was a great day but I feel like I did this before and I feel like I don't want to make the same mistakes
oops wrong window.
'Don’t write on houses of worship, people's houses in general, other writers’ names, and tombstones. Writing on memorial walls and cars is beef beyond belief. Furthermore, involving civilians in your beef is grounds for dismissal. These are the five fingers of your right hand. Get to know them well. Give soul claps, firm handshakes, and throw smooth bolo punches. Although being a toy seems undesirable, you should enjoy it while you can. At this stage you can bite all you want with no remorse. All your elders will say is, "Awww isn't that cute…” So steal that dope connection, rob that color scheme… Don’t worry about giving any credit, we'll pat ourselves on the back and brag how we're influencing the next generation.'
This Zimbardo guy looks like a magician right?
Wrong Window is the first solo exhibition of art by Devin Kenny.