Garrison and his wife Alison are the Street Art duo Buxtonia. Creators of the Ad Hoc gallery which gave many a street artist their first show while creating a sense of connectedness between Street Artists, Graff writers, photographers, screen printers, and social activists who all responded to the high vibrational pull Alison and Garrison created. The duo now travels around the world collaborating with street artists and creating awesome pieces like the one featured in this post. Love them!
“Part of us wants collapse. Because the world that we live in isn’t good enough. We feel that the world is supposed to be much more beautiful that what’s offered to us as normal. Thinking to ourselves when do we get to enjoy the fruits of thousands of years of culture and technology? So it’s natural for us to want things to fall apart. We feel trapped and don’t know how to get out, how to live in a world where its normal to look strangers in the eyes, where it’s common to love your work and look forward to Monday and not even distinguish work from play. Education should be about finding out what form of work for you is close to being play—work you do so easily that it restores you as you go. Work should be enacting and strengthening that. Live in your element, which is that of the earth, which is that of creation, which is that of the Creator.” ~ Charles Eisenstein
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“I believe that each of us comes from the creator trailing wisps of glory.” ~Maya Angelou