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Space, the final frontier

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~Brian Kesinger
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The Sharp Dressed Man provides gently-worn suits for men who are trying to get back on their feet after incarceration, homelessness, or significant life challenges. 


“I’ve never worn a suit before. Now I feel like I can take on anyone and win.”


“I felt special getting attention from the staff. When I looked at myself in the mirror I felt so handsome. It made me feel like I am ready to get a job.”



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Ruth Lee, a hostess at a Chinese restaurant, flies a Chinese flag so she isn’t mistaken for Japanese when she sunbathes on her days off in Miami, in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 15, 1941
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Okay but the backstory behind this statue is dope af. The artist behind it Jason deCaires Taylor, he does a bunch of other underwater art pieces that many of you have probably seen on the internet……. He owns the first UNDERWATER MUSEUM in Cancun which has sculptures like these: 

He even did sculptures in London called “The Rising Tide”, so that when the high tide comes around, the statues are completely underwater. 

And the best part about the underwater Museums is that the Museum’s environment is 100% protected and conserved under the artist. Which means the marine life won’t be subject to careless oil spills and pollution. 

So yeah…. art can be turned into something that helps out the world in its little ways and that’s the shit I live for  

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