Season’s greetings from Banksy with his latest piece entitled ‘The Alternativity’ painted along the barrier separating Israel from the Palestinian-administered West Bank.
Happiness, a film by Steve Cutts, The story of
humanity’s a rodent’s unrelenting quest for happiness and fulfillment.
“I found them on Ebay, most of the gadgets are made in China. These products promise instant cure without surgical intervention. They are much cheaper than plastic surgeries and botulin injections and if you believe, they might work! To be successful, you must be perfect and look perfect—these are our society’s rules, which we all follow without even realizing how ridiculous the standards are. We often forget about the importance of inner beauty. Models for this project are my friends, family and volunteers found with the help of social media.”
A beautiful project with a beautiful message spoken by a true beauty warrior herself.
“Near Slab City, California, a man painted a hill. It was outsider art: Leonard Knight had no training and no great masters to imitate. But somehow, he created something that resonates with the world. This is the story of Salvation Mountain.”
Logic performs a powerful rendition of his single “1-800-273-8255” which he wrote during a troubling time in his life when he contemplated suicide.
The song, named after the phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, inspired a record number of call-ins for the organization in which it received the second-highest call volume in the history of its service.
A Sign Of The Times, by photographer Mike Wardynski, is a photographic look into the uncertain political atmosphere of the US with a goal of raising awareness and money for key issues including climate change, Standing Rock, racial injustice, women’s rights, health care, LGBT rights, environmental protection, and more.
In Spring of 2003, Vintage21 Church in Raleigh, NC had a four week series on Jesus Christ, taking a deeper look at what He said and did. It was difficult at times to get past our preconceived notions that had been developed by staunch, starched Sunday School classes of old. This was their satirical look at what some people think Jesus is like. Thank goodness He’s not.