MESSAGE TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN ASKING FOR FREE STUFF
As much as we'd love to send you things for free, it wouldn't really be fair to everyone else who asks.
Here's some advice. When you set yourself apart by working hard and dedicating your time to something you believe in, people will take notice. Nothing in life is free, but it is possible to gain recognition and be rewarded for your hard work. This isn't a paid endorsement, we aren't getting seeded, and we don't even have to say these things; but maybe some of you can get motivated by it. Work hard, be the best person you can be, and don't let anyone stop you from pursuing what you believe in. You'll be amazed at how far it can take you.
Thank you @converse and @sneakertalkca for the Fragments. The shoes are great, but the sentiment is much more important. 🔥🔥
We all get beat up, we all have things that want to make us quit. But what it comes down to is this. People get pushed to the edge. And it's what you do when you get to that edge that determines what you're going to be.
Either you yourself Shut down and start thinking negative about everything or You start a productive action in the direction you need to go. Let's grab this week by the horns and set a great start for our week. #TGIM#PositiveVibesOnly
This is a character illustration I created in celebration of Outsider Art in an editorial format visually communicating an article from The Conversation. The series of characters combines shapes and patterns of clothing from high fashion to recognise and appreciate mentally ill outsider artists.
To check out the final product take a look at my Behance in my bio! You can read the article via The Conversation: http://theconversation.com/outsider-art-can-refashion-how-we-think-about-mental-illness-36439
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Alexa was a mermaid virgin until she decided to go for some fun pearly shades on her already beautiful blonde mane! @pulpriothair was my paint🖌
#unicornuniverse#merbabe#purrrfect_hair @purrrfect_hair @purrrfect_hair