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Einstein said ….

” I fear the day when technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots,” … Albert Einstein.
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Having a Coffee…

Enjoying a day at the Beach…
 

Enjoying the beauty in a Museum…
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NAKED BLACK JUSTICE CAMPAIGN

©ourtesy of noire3000studios

This photography campaign was designed to bring attention to the issues of racism, prejudice and overall ignorance that has been impressed upon Black Americans. This is no longer just a statement…it has become a MOVEMENT to get others to understand that the world would be such a better place if we could just ERASE THE HATE!! Nudity was implemented to demonstrate the RAW REALITY of these issues…so if it causes you to become uncomfortable while viewing this…GOOD…maybe it will challenge you and others to take a stand against these injustices. If you would like to become apart of this Awesome Campaign…Feel free to contact Photographer James C. Lewis via Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/noire3000 This campaign will be presented in a Gallery Exhibition towards the end of this year. Exact dates & location to be announced in the coming months. Please feel free to share this link on your facebook pages, twitter, personal blogs, websites and any other social media to get the word out! NAKED BLACK JUSTICE IS DEFINITELY A MESSAGE THAT MUST BE HEARD!!!

Kim Jong Il – Portrait Painting by Sam Spratt

“Gee, I wonder if some folks might have thought this Guy might have been ‘The Anti-Christ‘ Do ya’ think ?”

Since there seems to be confusion—the writing on the face is not my thoughts (I thought that was fairly clear)—it’s the synthesized reactions on a mass-scale across social media and the media itself. His death was basically treated how frat boys treat their drunk passed out friend and I felt—rather than contribute to the endless waves of bad jokes and hostility—I’d try to hold a mirror up. There’s no doubting the man’s evil—but many (myself included) often respond to that by pissing on graves rather than simply being hopeful for ended corruption. Since there seems to be confusion—the writing on the face is not my thoughts (I thought that was fairly clear)—it’s the synthesized reactions on a mass-scale across social media and the media itself. His death was basically treated how frat boys treat their drunk passed out friend and I felt—rather than contribute to the endless waves of bad jokes and hostility—I’d try to hold a mirror up. There’s no doubting the man’s evil—but many (myself included) often respond to that by pissing on graves rather than simply being hopeful for ended corruption. – – ©ourtesy of samspratt: