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5 thoughts on “The Artwork Being Made By These Nairobi Boys Is So Breathtaking It Should Be In Galleries Across the World 

  1. Robin Bonner says:

    Absolutely Amazing.

  2. natural talent, we as people of the sun things like art, music and higher intelligence come to us out of the heavens. I know this for a fact because plenty of times when I start a new design project out of nowhere all this insight comes to me and how I should proceed and finish the project. One day I would love to own one of there artwork. Masterminding is the key for us to get out of this situation we're facing as a people, no matter if we're african american, caribbean or african we're all in this struggle together.

  3. Jr Ushanga says:

    All these Picasso, Matisse & all are only your brainwashed shouting out loud when you discover marvel. You all too naïve…Picasso, Matisse & all the clique are descendants of bright-day robbers culture. That is what you should be spreading for you now hold a microphone. Thank you I am an artist myself with 13 years of academics that taught me nothing, for all has always been laying inside.

  4. I'm sorry I get REAL tired of this song that these people love to sing…."they don't know about [insert assumption here] and yet [insert stereotype about how amazing they are against all odds etc]". The fact that they live in a slum doesn't make them cut off from the world. Who told you they don't know about these artists? They may know more than you do! Even if they didn't know of them, Picasso was an artist as they are, not a magician!

    Why do people almost worship these historical figures and then create a rule that the greatest works can only come from the places they are familiar with, and act like its a miracle that art like this exists in a slum. Sweetheart, art is the expressive stamp of the Africans from all over.

  5. I'm sorry I get REAL tired of this song that these people love to sing…."they don't know about [insert assumption here] and yet [insert stereotype about how amazing they are against all odds etc]". The fact that they live in a slum doesn't make them cut off from the world. Who told you they don't know about these artists? They may know more than you do! Even if they didn't know of them, Picasso was an artist as they are, not a magician!

    Why do people almost worship these historical figures and then create a rule that the greatest works can only come from the places they are familiar with, and act like its a miracle that art like this exists in a slum. Sweetheart, art is the expressive stamp of the Africans from all over.

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