Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King .Jr's "I Have A Dream" speech spoken on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the infamous March On Washington.
So the Revolutionaries wanted to take time out of their hiatus to celebrate the inspirational words of Dr. King and the power they still hold today.
Yep, it takes the return of Breaking Bad to get Brandon and I back on the table for some more Revolutionary Times art. So here's our Walter Walt inspired piece of fan art to celebrate the last final episodes of the show.
Now we go back into our cave to continue our plan for the revolution.
Tonight is the opening of another gallery showing I had the opportunity to be a part of. Thanks to fellow CCS alumni Heather Hansma, I had the chance to be a part of the "Joke's On You, Buddy" showcase at Starkweather Arts Center in Romeo, MI. The exhibit mixes the idea of comedy and art together in something very unique. For my pieces, I decided to go with inspiration from some of my favorites bits from both Eddie Murphy and Mitch Hedberg. The showing is tonight from 7-9PM and shows through August 24th. If you're in the area you should come through and check out some great art.