While I’ve been trying to convince the Internet that saying Police Lives Matter as a response to Black Lives Matter is racist, and explaining that it’s not helpful to try to be inclusive by saying All Lives Matter, Rob has been creating Dog Park Art.
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I love the art. I’d also love to start my own movement #everythingthathasbreathmatters Wanna join me?
These are great!
On Tue, Jul 12, 2016 at 10:29 PM, Kari Neumeyer ~ Rhymes with Safari wrote:
> Kari Neumeyer posted: “While I’ve been trying to convince the Internet > that saying Police Lives Matter as a response to Black Lives Matter is > racist, and explaining that it’s not helpful to try to be inclusive by > saying All Lives Matter, Rob has been creating Dog Park Art. ” >
He’s an artist with an iPad!
Very nice artwork!
Looks like a great time was had at the park and with the art!
Wow, those are really amazing! (And I admire you for trying to explain anything to anyone on the internet. I gave that up awhile back due to sheer frustration.)
Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie
I love Sparkle Pups – what effects did you all use? It’s a beautiful image — all of them are!
He used the “stain” filter in Superphoto. I was the one who called it Sparkly. He liked how it was made of triangles.
Your art and photos are SO beautiful!
So glad I caught your photo on Twitter today!
Thanks for joining us at WW at Create With Joy.
Hope you’ll become one of our regulars! 🙂
Those are lovely. I especially like the double-headed dog lol.
Thank you! Rob said it was harder than it looks!
These photos are wonderful. After seeing them, I like you more,
You should display them in a gallery.
Great pics! (I tend to feel like it’s tough to convince people of stuff on the interwebs – good on you for trying! Good luck with that.)
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