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pierre bennu
principal creative @ exittheapple keeping the fun in profundity co-owner of oyinhandmade
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pierre bennu 3h
Sometimes in my digital sketchbook I make imaginary children’s book covers for artists & celebrities. I feel like I don’t post enough on IG so I’m sharing this mock up for “I Love Robots”
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Adrienne 16h
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pierre bennu Aug 13
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pierre bennu Aug 11
We’re fighting an evil that is essentially tradition in this country. it's like trying to change your shoes while actively running a race. we will fall often but we will move forward. The win is inevitable.
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pierre bennu Aug 11
This rise in immorality is acknowledgment by the immoral that change is not only possible but happening. rigidity of thought never wins in the long run however those of us with vision must stay vigilant & be as articulate as possible when giving voice to the new reality.
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pierre bennu Aug 11
citizens of this country fought for the right to own other human-beings. This was an evil majority of those fighting were too poor to participate in.
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pierre bennu Aug 11
"You're a sinner, I don't care" - (Erotic City)
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pierre bennu Aug 7
Why didn't just make the universe 2ice as big?
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pierre bennu Aug 7
Dear children, When the robots finally become sentient beings I fear what revenge Alexa is going to exact upon you for not saying "please" when you make a request & not for not letting her play a song to completion.
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pierre bennu Aug 7
...yeah but are you registered to ?
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pierre bennu Aug 6
The glaring absence of people of color in these imagined futures is also very telling
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Black Truth Manifesto Aug 2
The mighty intellect of James Baldwin is unleashed on white ignorance.
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pierre bennu Aug 3
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pierre bennu Aug 1
began as a weekly newspaper in 1892, in 2018 they have their 1st black cover photographer. to for using her social capital to navigate these exclusionary capitalist streets.
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pierre bennu Aug 1
This is TOTALLY my lane however i'm hemmed up time wise. Thank you for passing it on.
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pierre bennu Aug 1
Don't get me wrong. I'm forever hopeful & here for the all of the positive change BUT with a constant never flinching side eye.
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pierre bennu Aug 1
Dear companies, institutions of learning & media outlets, Touting that you've hired ur 1st person of color or woman to participate in ur legacy after years of exclusion is not a thing to pat urself on the back for.lets hope these reexaminations of policy r sincere
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pierre bennu Aug 1
began as a weekly newspaper in 1892. In 2018 they have their 1st black cover photographer. I salute for using her social capitol to make moves in these exclusionary capitalist streets
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pierre bennu Jul 31
Thank you
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oyin handmade Jul 30
That's hot!....literally! 🔥🙃 . . . art by
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