Meet Phillip and AyLaina. While incarcerated in Michigan they found that artistic expression was more than just a basic human right. For them, and thousands of other inmates across the state, the Prison Creative Arts Project became a life raft in a sea of inhumanity and loneliness.
It's a buddy movie, it's a road movie, it's a romantic comedy, and it's an action movie. What more could you ask for? Oh, and there is lots of gore, and the hero of the movie is an articulate zombie. Yeah That's what I thought, too.
This Saginaw artist is drawing inspiration from his own neighborhood which includes a daily parade of characters that are struggling to live their lives against great odds. These "invisible" people are who he calls "lesser saints".
When Lansing artist, Sam deBourbon, isn't chasing storms or playing bass in the Lansing Concert Band, you're likely to find him working on a large-scale mural on the side of some building using his favorite medium... a can of spray paint.
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