When you’re a kid, you color with reckless abandon. You color outside the lines. You color however you feel. Blue elephants, purple trees, red bears, green oceans — it’s all good. As you get older, though, everyone tells you to stay inside the lines, to color everything just like you see it. You end up painting by numbers — whether you actually paint or whether you write or sing or dance or act or direct. I think you should create what you feel. Create outside the lines. I want to watch green oceans and red bears. I’d love to listen to purple trees. And I long for blue elephants.
HUGE thank you to Ian Devaney(instagram-KRUK_3FLDCO) for drawing me these beautiful original pieces, sorry for the bad photo but I’ll get better ones when they’re framed and hung! Love it!
As I pack my gear before heading to RWB and then to Motegi for this years Idlers 12hour endurance race I said i’d throw up a few photos I took in work the other day, some of which will be used at tomorrows race. Please enjoy…
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I don’t know a lot about Art to be honest, my brother got the artistic talents in my family, but my friend gave me a couple of tickets to an Art/design event in Tokyo Big Sight a couple of weeks back. Dragged Saya along with me and turned out to be a pretty good event. Always weird taking photos of non-car related stuff but it’s nice for a change…:)