Being in New York City, the epicenter of the pandemic, how do you remain creative?
It definitely took an adjustment, but I’ve always used art as a form of therapy. During this whole quarantine, I started this “Window” series, which was just very simple illustrations that highlighted the lives of people in New York at this moment and how we’re taking care of ourselves [and] how we’re expressing ourselves in different ways, but also kind of suffocated by this isolation. At first, I was intimidated by this amount of time and lack of inspiration from the outside world, but then it kind of translated into therapy.
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Cheers to the Class of 2020. Thinking about not only the students, but also the families who worked their asses off to be able to see their child walk across that stage in cap and gown. Y'all both have a lot to be proud of and I hope that feeling still sinks in without a traditional graduation. Special shout-out to my lil cousin @isaiah.ronquill0 for all the hard work he has put in to get to this point. And for @n8whoelse for being an incredible father and relentlessly supporting him over the years. Can't wait to celebrate with BBQ ribs in the backyard after all this. Isaiah, I'm proud of you cuz! 👏🏾👨🏽🎓🎉