Jeff Manning is a Graphic Artist and Designer based in Philadelphia, PA. His work consists of many styles, such as Sci-Fi, Afrofuturism, Minimalism, and Surrealism. Jeff’s main focus is to grasp the mind of his audience, share inspiration, and for them to have their own personal connection with each of his pieces.
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Flow the DJ is back this Friday giving us some insight on the word love as it relates to peace. So many contributors are coming with hard-hitting pieces about the love of self and the love of others this week. (Baptism by Morgan & Don’t Trust Love by Jazzo.)
I chose Jeff Manning to pair with flow’s piece/peace this week because he has some of the best digital artwork on the scene and these expressions of love seem to be so synonymous with the digital age. Now that we have the luxuries of time and technology so many of us are caught up in how to make ourselves feel better, how to negotiate ourselves out of toxic relationships, and how to break generational curses.
Jeff’s artwork is a beautiful blend of some of my favorite things. And Flow’s feelings about saying ‘no’ to the love of others and focusing more on the self is one that has reverberated throughout Herstun this week. I’m curious to hear other thoughts, what is love and should we love others? Should we seek the acceptance of society or our peers? Why or why not? Interesting for sure.
Flow is a rapper raised in Decatur, GA. He started writing music at the age of 13, recording his 1st song in East Orange, NJ where he would visit for the Summer. He took a brief hiatus from writing music to DJ in college but quickly got back to his roots...
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