THE PRIEST MISPRONOUNCED MY NAME AND MADE JESUS WEEP AGAIN

This collection is a predictive and reactive piece of art about growing pains, youthful love, the complexities of being vulnerable, masculinity, naivete, fear of a future unknown, and the friends we keep.

This collection is me wanting to do something more than just existing.

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About The Author

Remi Akinwande

This collection is a predictive and reactive piece of art about growing pains, youthful love, the complexities of being vulnerable, masculinity, naivete, fear of a future unknown and the friends we keep.

This collection is me wanting to do something more than just existing.

More about the author

Remi Akinwande is the author of Absurd age of 1995, House 19, and Philosophy of Small People.
He likes films, paintings, watching people do really ordinary things, and sleepy Sunday afternoons. He wants to live in Tokyo with his girlfriend someday (that’s a pipe dream though)