Day 380: It's a Neurodiverse Christmas.
Name calling like #Snowflake and #lightbulb is not the spirit of Christmas and will land you on the naughty list.
It always takes misfits to progress, save us or light up the way.
Let it snow, St. Nick #world#lovewins#Christmas
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Last one from this design series. 👁 This was a job we pitched that didn’t end up working out the way we had hoped, but it’s all good! 💜 Lots of great lessons and take aways from going through the process and showing up prepared to rock 🤘 Onwards and upwards! 🚀🌈🙏💫 #SurprisinglySimple#Galactivation#LightingDesign#GrandMA2
“As an artist, I believe I have to be representative of what’s going on right now and I have to use my medium and voice. If you’re an artist without a voice, you’re not a true artist to me, you just make beautiful work. It’s about the message. It’s about the thing you want to tell people or get them to think about. I feel like people are too soft, especially artists, because they’re afraid they might provoke the wrong type of bear and they don’t want to hurt or insult anybody. I don’t want to insult anybody either, but I do at times feel hurt myself and I want to show people what I think or how I feel. I put that into my own work and don’t force it on other people. I feel like there are just a lot of artists that are trying to just make things pretty. I think real art is an outlet to say things that are relevant and that an artist thinks are important.” - Rolf
This is why H is so Fuckin mad for you btw i can't wait to see him on Stage and singing whole song gosh... I really wanna see him happy and all cheeky and sassy on stage with fans 😋❤ ps. Missing my LOUISE
“Nowadays people pretend they are more open-minded than they used to be. We’ve made progress, but it’s still seen as a problem to love someone else of the same gender. It’s 2018 and for some reason it’s not okay to be different. In many countries it’s illegal. I think that’s why it’s so important people see us and this project.” - Felicia
“I’m a little bit scared to be here because I don’t want to create the image that I’m a victim. Yes, I am a gay man, but that’s all. It’s not a big issue. I grew up in a small village and I felt scared when I was younger because I was the only person I knew who was gay. But now I know I am not the only one and it’s not so special. I’m just a normal person and I have a good life. Sometimes I realize how privileged I am because I know in many places it’s not easy to be gay. I’m always thankful for all those who came before me and fought for my rights. And I try to do everything possible to make those rights apply to everyone.” - Gerbrand
“I think making our relationship ‘Facebook official’ was the first thing I had posted in years. At first, I didn’t even realize the impact, but right before my girlfriend pushed the update button I realized that this was actually kind of a moment for me. A lot of people in my network didn’t know that I was a lesbian. Of course, I told my family and friends, but former colleagues and people from high school didn’t know about it. After we made it official, I got a lot of nice messages from people who hadn’t known before. I think it was the final part of my coming out.” - Benthe