Picture above: Haitian Flag Day commemoration, 18th of May 2010 drawn by me, G.R. Primo.
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Welcome to L'Art de Moi, for any of you who aren't too familiar with French, it means 'The Art of Me.' The name is Gauthier Roche Primo. I'm 25, 6'3" (192cm), and down to earth. I am a Haitian-American artist ♥ and this blog is just a big conglomeration of everything I am interested in: be it fashion, art, music, or appreciation of the human body etc. I am working on a single panel comic for the image box above that is soon to debut, nothing fancy, just a cool project for my tumblr. The comic is called 'Max & Allen,' two really cool best-friends who are the polar opposites of each other. Max is awkward and Allen is straight forward, but they make friendship all but boring.
___________________________________ Disclaimer: I do not claim anything posted on this blog 'L'Art de Moi' as my own unless stated otherwise.

 

"Her Topography" Element of Line

"Her Topography" Element of Line

cartermagazine:

Today In History We Honor Jean-Michel Basquiat
"Underlying Jean-Michel Basquiat’s sense of himself as an artist was his innate capacity to function as something like an oracle, distilling his perceptions of the outside world down to their essence and in turn, projecting them outward through his creative acts." via basquiat.com
"Believe it or not, I can actually draw." Jean-Michel Basquiat
(photo: Jean-Michel Basquiat by Jerome Schlomoff)
- CARTER Magazine

cartermagazine:

Today In History We Honor Jean-Michel Basquiat

"Underlying Jean-Michel Basquiat’s sense of himself as an artist was his innate capacity to function as something like an oracle, distilling his perceptions of the outside world down to their essence and in turn, projecting them outward through his creative acts." via basquiat.com

"Believe it or not, I can actually draw." Jean-Michel Basquiat

(photo: Jean-Michel Basquiat by Jerome Schlomoff)

- CARTER Magazine

theladybadass:

Lena Horne in 1944 film, Broadway Rhythm

Not sure but I believe this was choreographed by Katherine Dunham, great woman. I don’t think she gets as much credit for her contributions to the arts of dance as she should in this present age when these clips and such are posted.