Hustlin’ Rick from Pittsburgh for some sessions on his inner sleeve. Thanks again for coming through from the Steel City, and showing mad love and support. These appointments can be hard but Rick powered through and pulled it off. So here’s the outcome of his segments dedicated to all the traveling executives, nationwide and global.
”The more you learn, the more you earn. -Warren Buffett”
More to come from Atlantic City, so stay tuned…
A recap of Atlantic City, here’s the first runner up – Eric from the Easy Does It(WHANK) team. An awesome collector that became immediate family from the start. He has an outstanding collection from some of my pals in the industry – Eric Marcinizyn, Lil’ B, Andrick Aviles, Noah Minuskin, & Klown Saravia.
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Back to back days on AJ for another heritage piece commemorating his Hindu background. I gotta say this was one for the record book, intense small details from the head-dress down to the garments. But, non the less a portfolio piece indeed.
Have a look at this divine symbol representing man’s eternal strive towards integration with nature.
Speaker. Listener. Giver.
Driving with the family through Central Santa Ana and this weathered mural jumps out at me. I had to take some still-shots of this particular piece that reminds us all to pursue improvement. Most of my past, I can truly say I did things out of muscle-memory. But now I make it a priority to take time to take things in. So have a look through my lens of this chicano painting commemorating education.
Sam from Long Beach for these wooden masks, signifying Korean culture and ancestry. I’ts always a great time with these heritage pieces. I have a few in rotation at the moment, can’t wait to showcase the new segments.
The purpose of these national treasures were to be used in war, for both the soldier and its horse. Ceremonially, for burial rites to drive away evil spirits; to remember the faces of great historical figures in death masks; and in the arts, particularly in ritual dances, courtly, and theatrical plays.
Just touched down in Mexico and the agenda is booked, but before the punches in bunches, let’s fuel up with some menudo from the motherland.
Cancun is located in the Riviera Maya and holds some of the Carribean’s most intriguing treasures. With all things sought-after: mayan temples, beaches, alcohol, food, etc. The activities were never ending. But this was a trip for my immediate family to enjoy the holiday season.
“People are capable, at any time in their lives, of doing what they dream of. -Paulo Coelho“
We switch the layout after witnessing Chichen-Itza to some nature and exotic wildlife, from animals for the general public, to some others much deeper in the abyss. And as always the people of Quintana Roo were so noble and welcoming.
We happened to stumble across the city of Merida on the Yucatan Peninsula. Also being home to the second oldest Cathedral in the New World, the Cathedral of San Ildefonso.
We also walked through the premier beaches and witnessed a lot of people enjoying fun in the sun. So, we made it a priority to take part in the turquoise water paradise.