Stand Alone and Deliver, installed and left at Domino’s Pizza, 845 N. Main Street, Providence, Rhode Island.
I really luvd this painting and hope once they find it, they don’t dislike it and throw it in someone’s pizza.
Fat With a P H D,,, excavated 100 year old plywood sign, staples, 15″ tall +- (dimensions vary_), 2013
Fat With A P H D, fine artist fine oil paint on student grade drawing paper, 18” x 12”, 2013 (hand printed edition of 10)
Jerrome Jacobo installed and left at UPS Store, 11 South Angell Street, Providence, Rhode Island.
For once, I requested permission to install and leave a painting in a public venue; or rather, if I could leave “something” on the bulletin board. The gentleman replied so long as it was for non-profit — and that actually got me baffled for a second. His response has made me question my motives. There is no direct monetary exchange for me by leaving my artworks in such public spaces, but is it still profitable for me to do so, at least in the long run and/or through some other measure? What is profitable? What is success? Merely, I have an obligation to share these works. Sharing is caring and if you r not sharing u r not caring.
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