Man that drummer right there! You just gotta feel it! #TALKATIVE
Micah Shemaiah | Hard Copy Band | Gungo Walk Festival | Talkative!
'when the LION roars … jungle trembles'
Via through my eyes + mind
Live and direct all the way from Kingston, Jamaica! This Friday in California #SantaRosa and exclusive World/Reggae/Soul experience! … brace yourself as Andrae Carter sets his guitar strings on fire in an intimate electro-acoustic set. He will debut fresh tracks off his upcoming album ‘Music My Mission' for the first time ever on the West Coast.
Grieving passengers pay tribute to one of the seven elephants killed by a train in India
Medium: Burnt Newspaper, Acrylic on Canvas,
Fun Fact:To reassure any family concerns about him pursuing a ‘real’ career, he chose to study Urban and Regional Planning at the Prestige Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, but quietly attended courses in the Fine Arts Department where he was privileged to see the works of Late Gani Oduntokun, a lecturer famous for his paintings and public sculptural installations in different cities of the North.
I believe that anyone can paint or draw something to appear new or whole but making the work look old, rustic, worn and battered is where the challenge is….It is this that I strive to achieve with my works.
Thus,my works take on a certain “Character”.
Meanwhile to achieve this; I burnt lots of newspapers (which to me its symbolic-it mimics the society we live in) and stick them to a flat surface then work on it to make a statement .
The objective … This freedom (burnt newspapers) that has led to the annihilation of the elements of art needs to be tethered and guided for that is the only way by which the salvage from this destruction can be exhibited in new light and preserved for posterity, thus attaining a state of high function, purity, a more than ordinary moment of existence. And finally making my works look ancient, salvaged and restored.
2.Adam and Eve
Via Evolution Of A Queen
#GPS … tag & track … George Orwell
The U.S. government, understandably, doesn’t want its drone technology to fall out of the sky and into other peoples’ laps. But being able to hijack a drone and control it? That’s even worse. And a team of researchers has done it for 1,000 bucks.
The University of Texas at Austin team successfully nabbed the drone on a dare from the Department of Homeland Security. They managed to do it through spoofing, a technique where a signal from hackers pretends to be the same as one sent to the drone’s GPS.
We’ve seen spoofing before; it was reportedly used to bring down the drone that crashed in Iran last year. As the researchers point out, we’ll be seeing (or maybe not seeing) more and more drones in the skies as the technology becomes more widely used, so making this technique ineffective will be high on Homeland Security’s priority list.
"everytime I hear the crack of a whip my blood runs cold" #lyrics #BOB
[image: a brown skinned Jesus beating white men in business suits in a temple.]
black jesus has a switch
aint shit you can say
UHM, SO YOU KNOW HOW YOU GRANDMA GOT HER JESUS UP ON THE WALL?
THIS GON BE MY JESUS UP ON THE WALL
NO LAST SUPPER, JUST BLACK JESUS WHOOPIN SOME PRIVILEGED WHITE ASS