Posting something a little different today. One of my NY goals is to complete 1 composite piece a week, to challenge myself on the use of photoshop and create concepts I can’t portray in a single image. So thought why wait till January and start today instead. I’ve always been inspired by the artists and visionaries on Instagram, creating art through photos they’ve taken. One of my biggest inspirations and dearest friend @icreatelife_ inspired me to create this piece. I’ve undergone a huge amount of transformation in the last few months in many aspects of my life, this piece is portraying ego death 💀
Decided to get a little crafty this weekend to add some fun wall art to my new apartment. I can’t believe I haven’t owned a hot glue gun until yesterday because there’s no going back to my old life now😂
I don’t think it’s about simply grabbing whatever vintage denim you can get; studying its history, style, texture, even the threads - there’s so much more to it than I think people tend to really realize, that adds such a cool factor and value...
Day 343 • Never seen chemistry quite like these two cuties ❤️❄️ • December 9, 2018
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Who else is starting their week feeling all sorts of fabulous?! 📷 Photo description: @sivanaviv serving Mary Todd Lincoln r e a l n e s s at Santa Monica College’s 2016 production of Emancipation. 🎩 costume design by the fabulous @swingtimebetty@moviemattssons
Made this for a coworker going through losing a loved one. “Perhaps they are not stars in the sky, but rather openings where our loved ones shine down to let us know that they are happy.” So relevant at the moment since my friends and I came together to remember our friends that we’ve lost. Hold you family and friends close to your heart ♥︎
Words from a write up. 🙏🏾
Those of you who walked through the atrium in Docklands campus at some point in October this year (that would be most of you!) no doubt enjoyed some of the striking photography displayed along the walls that was put up to mark Black History Month. That photography was the work of Justin Black, a Masters in Fine Art student. "A lot of people are enslaved mentally. You don't understand how strong the shackling of the mind is until it's usually too late. I just want to do a lot of eye-popping things that are controversial, table-talk types of art."
Justin is full of praise for the degree he's studying and those who are teaching him. In addition to his visual arts, Justin is also a poet who writes under the pen name j.a.black. His plans for the start of 2019 include publishing his book 'A KID Called Me', featuring examples of both his poetry and his photography, as well as exhibiting a collection of his black and white photography entitled 'The Sports World Upside' at the Copper Box basketball arena (home of the London Lions), starting in late February.