Some of the first gens trying to convince their s/o to go to sleep because it's ridiculously late?
Lon’qu: “Do you think you’re going to save the world by reading one more page?” your husband asks, and rather rudely snatches the book right out of your fingers. You glare up at him with puffed out cheeks, but the look on his face says that he’s cutting you off.
“Fine,” you grumble, planning to just read after he gets to bed. After all, you were just getting to a particularly fascinating par—
“Don’t think you can wait till I fall asleep. I will guard this all night, if I must. And the rest of your literature.”
“Even the dirty ones?” you waggle your eyebrows. trying to get him flustered and just bid you goodnight.
“Nice try,” he says, and whacks you over the head with your precious tactics book. “Now come to bed. Please.” He ruffles your hair (with his free hand) and you finally relent. He puts an arm around your waist as you finally retire for the night.
Current obsession is a collaboration between Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano called “FLY ART” which they describe as “The best marriage on the internet: hip hop and art”. The pair combines a few of my favourite things: matching lyrics from different hip hop songs with pieces of art, ranging from the Renaissance to Post-Modernism, and the result is amazing. Changing the context of the song and the piece introduce a really unexpected perspective, and I can’t get enough. These are a few of standouts (I am clearly drawn to Kanye and Beyoncé lyrics)
From Top: The Starry Night of Sierra Leone; Milkmaid Rollin That Body; Four N****s of the Apocalypse; One Good Venus; Princess Tarakanova In a Swimming Pool (Drank); The Paranoia; Get Lucky on a Summer Evening; Dont Kill Phaedra’s Vibe; H(eaven) Town Vicious; Bound 2 the Kiss