As Californians voted down proposition 37, street artist Mear One (a.k.a. Kalen Ockerman) stands up against the production of genetically modified organism with the completion of his newest mural in the parking lot of Wood Café at Washington and Inglewood Boulevards in Los Angeles. The mural was produced in collaboration with Vyal One, Werc, Griffin One and Ernest Doty. The use of overly saturated colors mimics that which is unnatural and toxic within genetically modified food. Mear One literally represents GMO with “the man” juxtaposed near a family standing amongst their own homegrown garden and in resistance to the omnipresent hypnotic GMO man.
Powerful, creative, meaningful.
do u guys understand how creepy the pledge of allegiance is though like every day when ur a kid everybody just chants how great america is every morning it’s creepy
"You’re such an experimenter, Allen," Mr. Ginsberg said. "Tibetan Buddhist girl friends. Swamis, drugs. All this talk from you about pot—‘It’s so elevating, Louis. So ecstatic. My soul is outside my body. I see ultimate reality.’" Mr. Ginsberg frowned. "You know what I say? I say, ’ Allen take it easy.’"
Louis Ginsberg to his son, Allen.