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[3/3] On Culture: “I get really inspired by environments.” - Joseph Ford (@josephfordphotography)⠀
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We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at London photographer Joseph Ford⠀
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Artwork:  Picture of @monette_et_mady_malroux (2017)
[3/3] On Culture: “I get really inspired by environments.” - Joseph Ford (@josephfordphotography)⠀ ⠀ We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at London photographer Joseph Ford⠀ ⠀ Artwork: Picture of @monette_et_mady_malroux (2017)
[2/3] On Craft: “For me there is always something playful about creating.” - Joseph Ford (@josephfordphotography)

We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at London photographer Joseph Ford.
[2/3] On Craft: “For me there is always something playful about creating.” - Joseph Ford (@josephfordphotography) We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at London photographer Joseph Ford.
[1/3] On Creativity: "I tend to get most of my ideas when I'm to exercising. I'll go running or rocking climbing and it just clears my brain. Give me space to think and ideas just start appearing on their own". - Joseph Ford (@josephfordphotography)⠀
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We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at London photographer Joseph Ford. ⠀
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Artwork: "Tom and Dre" (2019)
[1/3] On Creativity: "I tend to get most of my ideas when I'm to exercising. I'll go running or rocking climbing and it just clears my brain. Give me space to think and ideas just start appearing on their own". - Joseph Ford (@josephfordphotography)⠀ ⠀ We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at London photographer Joseph Ford. ⠀ ⠀ Artwork: "Tom and Dre" (2019)
[3/3] "I want to address an issue as big as time. I asked myself how long would I like one of my artworks to still be meaningful. I thought 1000 years would be enough. So I thought how do I make something that still makes sense in 1000 years. It simply counts down 31 billion seconds. Even if you unplug it, it still counts down.….Having it in my studio, especially during this pandemic, you can really feel the time moving."⠀
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We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we explore Italian artist Daniele Sigalot (@danielesigalot)⠀
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Artwork: Inconsistently logical (2019)
[3/3] "I want to address an issue as big as time. I asked myself how long would I like one of my artworks to still be meaningful. I thought 1000 years would be enough. So I thought how do I make something that still makes sense in 1000 years. It simply counts down 31 billion seconds. Even if you unplug it, it still counts down.….Having it in my studio, especially during this pandemic, you can really feel the time moving."⠀ ⠀ We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we explore Italian artist Daniele Sigalot (@danielesigalot)⠀ ⠀ Artwork: Inconsistently logical (2019)
[2/3] "My ongoing series titled ‘Bi Polar Colors’. It’s that moment before everything happens when you’ve done everything you could and usually I’m very happy, happy with myself. It’s not yet the moment to be judged, yet you’ve already accomplished what you wanted to do. For me thats as close to happiness as I get."" We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we explore Italian artist Daniele Sigalot (@danielesigalot)
[2/3] "My ongoing series titled ‘Bi Polar Colors’. It’s that moment before everything happens when you’ve done everything you could and usually I’m very happy, happy with myself. It’s not yet the moment to be judged, yet you’ve already accomplished what you wanted to do. For me thats as close to happiness as I get."" We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we explore Italian artist Daniele Sigalot (@danielesigalot)
[1/3] "Art matters because it's both totally useless and yet absolutely necessary."⠀
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We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we explore Italian artist Daniele Sigalot (@danielesigalot)⠀
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Artwork: “Seriously?” (2019)
[1/3] "Art matters because it's both totally useless and yet absolutely necessary."⠀ ⠀ We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we explore Italian artist Daniele Sigalot (@danielesigalot)⠀ ⠀ Artwork: “Seriously?” (2019)
[3/3] On community: " The most important thing is the people around me and the environment I'm in when it comes to creating."⠀
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We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at South London artist Elijah Blue (@elijahoblue) ⠀
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Artwork: "664"
[3/3] On community: " The most important thing is the people around me and the environment I'm in when it comes to creating."⠀ ⠀ We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at South London artist Elijah Blue (@elijahoblue) ⠀ ⠀ Artwork: "664"
[2/3] Elijah Blue (@elijahoblue) is an 18 year old mixed media artist and muscian from South London. 
We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft.
[2/3] Elijah Blue (@elijahoblue) is an 18 year old mixed media artist and muscian from South London. We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft.
[1/3] "I don't need too many materials, it's just sometimes the concept requires a certain type of paint, a certain type of color, a certain sound so I have to go out and create those things myself.”⠀
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We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at South London artist Elijah Blue (@elijahoblue) ⠀
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Artwork: "Lazarus"
[1/3] "I don't need too many materials, it's just sometimes the concept requires a certain type of paint, a certain type of color, a certain sound so I have to go out and create those things myself.”⠀ ⠀ We are looking into the life behind the artwork and focusing on the artist. Each day we'll present one artist, including two of their artworks and a glimpse into their story. We will question what's impacted their lives, ranging from their culture, community, creativity, and craft. Today we look at South London artist Elijah Blue (@elijahoblue) ⠀ ⠀ Artwork: "Lazarus"
[3/3] This week in the United States an African American, George Floyd, was killed by a police officer as a result of unjust brutality.  This is one of three deaths of an African American at the hands of a police officer (or citizens claiming to make an arrest) this year alone along with Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery that has been brought to the nations attention. We are heartbroken and hope that by raising awareness we may increase accountability and actions, big and small, by all of us to prevent acts of racial injustice worldwide. ⠀
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For communities around the world, who may be unaware, you can read more about the incident below. If you want to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement, see the link in bio for a list of resources, including petitions, @gofundme pages, and fundraisers.⠀
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We chose the work by @shirien.creates because of her passion for social justice using her artwork to bring awareness to injustices to all groups, all around the world. ⠀
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From @shirien.creates⠀
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"Today, a disturbing video surfaced of the killing of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery. Ahmaud was murdered over two months ago in Georgia when he was chased and gunned down by two white men claiming they were conducting a citizen’s arrest for a burglary. Ahmaud was simply just going for a run. I haven’t seen the video because I can’t get myself to. Just hearing the story of his murder brought me to tears. Tears of anger and sadness. No one deserves to be killed for running on the basis of their skin color. May Ahmaud rest in power. May he and his loved ones see justice somehow. Say his name."⠀
#ahmaudarbery #irunwithmaud #justiceforahmaud #blacklivesmatter
[3/3] This week in the United States an African American, George Floyd, was killed by a police officer as a result of unjust brutality. This is one of three deaths of an African American at the hands of a police officer (or citizens claiming to make an arrest) this year alone along with Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery that has been brought to the nations attention. We are heartbroken and hope that by raising awareness we may increase accountability and actions, big and small, by all of us to prevent acts of racial injustice worldwide. ⠀ ⠀ For communities around the world, who may be unaware, you can read more about the incident below. If you want to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement, see the link in bio for a list of resources, including petitions, @gofundme pages, and fundraisers.⠀ ⠀ We chose the work by @shirien.creates because of her passion for social justice using her artwork to bring awareness to injustices to all groups, all around the world. ⠀ ⠀ ----⠀ From @shirien.creates⠀ ⠀ "Today, a disturbing video surfaced of the killing of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery. Ahmaud was murdered over two months ago in Georgia when he was chased and gunned down by two white men claiming they were conducting a citizen’s arrest for a burglary. Ahmaud was simply just going for a run. I haven’t seen the video because I can’t get myself to. Just hearing the story of his murder brought me to tears. Tears of anger and sadness. No one deserves to be killed for running on the basis of their skin color. May Ahmaud rest in power. May he and his loved ones see justice somehow. Say his name."⠀ #ahmaudarbery #irunwithmaud #justiceforahmaud #blacklivesmatter
[2/3] This week in the United States an African American, George Floyd, was killed by a police officer as a result of unjust brutality.  This is one of three deaths of an African American at the hands of a police officer (or citizens claiming to make an arrest) this year alone along with Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery that has been brought to the nations attention. We are heartbroken and hope that by raising awareness we may increase accountability and actions, big and small, by all of us to prevent acts of racial injustice worldwide. ⠀
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For communities around the world, who may be unaware, you can read more about the incident below. If you want to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement, see the link in bio for a list of resources, including petitions, @gofundme pages, and fundraisers.⠀
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We chose the work by @shirien.creates because of her passion for social justice using her artwork to bring awareness to injustices to all groups, all around the world. ⠀
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From @shirien.creates⠀
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"In the past 24 hours, it’s come to media attention that Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT, was killed by police. At almost the exact same age, both #AhmaudArbery and Breonna were killed by senseless anti-black violence within a few weeks span. In the middle of the night on March 13 in Louisville, KY, two police officers and one sergeant entered the wrong home without knocking or announcing themselves. They claim they were executing a search warrant for a suspected drug dealer, but this person did not live at Breonna’s address and had actually already been arrested. Breonna’s boyfriend fired a shot when he thought people were trying to break in. The police then fired 20 shots, 8 of which hit and killed Breonna. This is angering and heartbreaking. Breonna selflessly saved many lives as an EMT, only to have hers taken away so senselessly by police violence. May Breonna get justice somehow. Rest in Power, queen. Say her name. #JusticeforBreonna #JusticeforBre #BreonnaTaylor #blacklivesmatter #blm #justiceforbreonnataylor #firstresponders
[2/3] This week in the United States an African American, George Floyd, was killed by a police officer as a result of unjust brutality. This is one of three deaths of an African American at the hands of a police officer (or citizens claiming to make an arrest) this year alone along with Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery that has been brought to the nations attention. We are heartbroken and hope that by raising awareness we may increase accountability and actions, big and small, by all of us to prevent acts of racial injustice worldwide. ⠀ ⠀ For communities around the world, who may be unaware, you can read more about the incident below. If you want to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement, see the link in bio for a list of resources, including petitions, @gofundme pages, and fundraisers.⠀ ⠀ We chose the work by @shirien.creates because of her passion for social justice using her artwork to bring awareness to injustices to all groups, all around the world. ⠀ ⠀ ---⠀ From @shirien.creates⠀ ⠀ "In the past 24 hours, it’s come to media attention that Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT, was killed by police. At almost the exact same age, both #AhmaudArbery and Breonna were killed by senseless anti-black violence within a few weeks span. In the middle of the night on March 13 in Louisville, KY, two police officers and one sergeant entered the wrong home without knocking or announcing themselves. They claim they were executing a search warrant for a suspected drug dealer, but this person did not live at Breonna’s address and had actually already been arrested. Breonna’s boyfriend fired a shot when he thought people were trying to break in. The police then fired 20 shots, 8 of which hit and killed Breonna. This is angering and heartbreaking. Breonna selflessly saved many lives as an EMT, only to have hers taken away so senselessly by police violence. May Breonna get justice somehow. Rest in Power, queen. Say her name. #JusticeforBreonna #JusticeforBre #BreonnaTaylor #blacklivesmatter #blm #justiceforbreonnataylor #firstresponders
[1/3] This week in the United States an African American, George Floyd, was killed by a police officer as a result of unjust brutality.  This is one of three deaths of an African American at the hands of a police officer (or citizens claiming to make an arrest) this year alone along with Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery that has been brought to the nations attention. We are heartbroken and hope that by raising awareness we may increase accountability and actions, big and small, by all of us to prevent acts of racial injustice worldwide. ⠀
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For communities around the world, who may be unaware, you can read more about the incident below. If you want to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement, see the link in bio for a list of resources, including petitions, @gofundme pages, and fundraisers.⠀
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We chose the work by @shirien.creates because of her passion for social justice using her artwork to bring awareness to injustices to all groups, all around the world. ⠀
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From @shirien.creates⠀
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"Yesterday, in yet another act of anti-black police violence causing mass outrage, George Floyd yelled “I can’t breathe” and pleaded for his life as a white Minneapolis police officer violently pinned him down with his knee on his neck. George died after. He was murdered in broad daylight. His death is reminiscent of the death of Eric Garner. Even with a crowd yelling at him to stop and while folks filmed the murder, the cop did it anyway, showing the massive injustice, zero accountability and white supremacy embedded in the “criminal justice” system. Heartbroken, angry and disgusted. This must end. Much love and solidarity to Black communities grieving another beautiful life lost. May George Floyd Rest in Power.⠀
Text ‘Floyd’ to 55156 to demand the officers be charged with murder. You can also call Mayor Jacob Frey at (612)-673-2100, DA Mike Freeman at (612)-348-5550 and demand justice.⠀
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#blacklivesmatter #georgefloyd #icantbreathe #justiceforgeorgefloyd"
[1/3] This week in the United States an African American, George Floyd, was killed by a police officer as a result of unjust brutality. This is one of three deaths of an African American at the hands of a police officer (or citizens claiming to make an arrest) this year alone along with Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery that has been brought to the nations attention. We are heartbroken and hope that by raising awareness we may increase accountability and actions, big and small, by all of us to prevent acts of racial injustice worldwide. ⠀ ⠀ For communities around the world, who may be unaware, you can read more about the incident below. If you want to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement, see the link in bio for a list of resources, including petitions, @gofundme pages, and fundraisers.⠀ ⠀ We chose the work by @shirien.creates because of her passion for social justice using her artwork to bring awareness to injustices to all groups, all around the world. ⠀ ⠀ ----⠀ From @shirien.creates⠀ ⠀ "Yesterday, in yet another act of anti-black police violence causing mass outrage, George Floyd yelled “I can’t breathe” and pleaded for his life as a white Minneapolis police officer violently pinned him down with his knee on his neck. George died after. He was murdered in broad daylight. His death is reminiscent of the death of Eric Garner. Even with a crowd yelling at him to stop and while folks filmed the murder, the cop did it anyway, showing the massive injustice, zero accountability and white supremacy embedded in the “criminal justice” system. Heartbroken, angry and disgusted. This must end. Much love and solidarity to Black communities grieving another beautiful life lost. May George Floyd Rest in Power.⠀ Text ‘Floyd’ to 55156 to demand the officers be charged with murder. You can also call Mayor Jacob Frey at (612)-673-2100, DA Mike Freeman at (612)-348-5550 and demand justice.⠀ ⠀ #blacklivesmatter #georgefloyd #icantbreathe #justiceforgeorgefloyd"
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