Your favorite Nobel Peace prize winning president. The same guy who is a ‘lesser evil’ to you but not to the thousands of Pakistanis who were never offered a fair trial before or after being bombed to pieces. Yay, Democrats. Yay, liberals.
are you fucking kidding me
This was created by the brilliant Judith Ann Braunn. Those of you lucky enough to live in or near Indianapolis can see an original (and definitionally temporary*) fingerprint graphite work created by Braunn at the Indianapolis Museum of Art as part of GRAPHITE, a show curated by none other than my wife.
It’s really encouraging to see good contemporary art getting >100,000 notes on tumblr, particularly because everyone is always telling me that no one is interested in contemporary art.
This rocks. Totally out of this world.
When X Met Y is a new series on RBMA that sheds light on what happened when two creative minds got together for the first time. For our initial feature, Erykah Badu talks about the sampling lesson she received from hip hop producer J Dilla – and the eventual tribute that she wrote when she heard of his untimely death.
“Gulshan Hawks emerge as champions after defeating the favourites in the Finals of the Arambagh National Bank tournament.” Gulshan Hawks is one of Karachi’s basketball teams. Many non-Pakistanis have asked about the young man on the left; “Did they hire a non-Pakistani for the team?” and other questions. The young man is a Pakistani himself from the Afro-Pakistani group of the country. Many people don’t know that Afro-Pakistanis - the Sheedi and Makrani - are indigenous people of Pakistan located in the south province of Sindh as well as the province of Balochistan. This shows how extremely diverse Pakistan’s population is where Afro-Pakistanis reside in the south and west including other ethnic groups like Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashtun, Baloch, Gilgiti, Wakhi, Siraiki, Kashmiri, Gujjar and a few dozen others.