This design was a combination of different things that I love to do such as music, spring/fall, beauty/chaos all wrapped in one. It’s a way of expressing life without using words. Words are a form communication and so it connects our minds as well.
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I find myself drawn to the less recognized yet innovative sounds of today, which will undoubtedly be the mainstream music of tomorrow. It goes by many names Future Beats/Sound/R&B, Trap, Mood Setting, Ambient, Experimental, Trip Hop, and how the list goes on and on. Percussion with unique inflections, delightfully smooth electronic hip hop & r&b, […]
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“Don’t spend too much time staring at the screen.” That’s something that I (at least try to) remind myself of as much as I can. Stress loves when you allow it to take advantage of your life, and although we do not purposely sign ourselves up for the stress that trickles into our day to […]
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Every day our newspapers and news shows are drenched with tragic and horrible events that sometimes seriously make you question the world we live in. Here is a story that will hopefully restore some of that faith in humanity for you. Two years ago I arrived in London by myself to begin a six month […]
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Brooklyn meets Lisa. For this part, I took Lisa to see some of the dope art work in Dumbo. We had a bit of fun taking photos and doing those jumping ones. Pretty tiring after awhile and I wasn’t even the one jumping. After walking around and experiencing Brooklyn from Marcy to East Williamsburg, we […]
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Eddie Huang is an angry man. He is prideful, honest, wild, and intelligent. One of the most honest words I’ve read in a long time. Eddie writes about his childhood as an asian american, growing up with ignorance and having only very few truly understanding him. He also writes about his thoughts on racial issues that […]
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Dreamer, Teacher, Activist & Humanitarian. Martin Luther King, Jr. hasn’t shied away from his capacity to be a force of change. Although surely an early death, he died empty pouring out his life’s greatest work: the advancement of the Civil Rights. By challenging the system through nonviolent civil disobedience, King inspired others to set themselves free […]
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