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♫ His Music Will Live ForEver ♫

“Over the years we became a family,all of us.You are my family…My children are your children and all the children of the world are our children and our responsibility.

It was you,who put your heart on the line.It was you,who stepped forward to defend someone you love.It was you,on a worldwide basis who supported me as my army,my soldiers of love.

You were always there.You are always loyal and I love you forever.” Michael Jackson
Sep 17 '14

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Sep 17 '14

Amazing portrait of Michael Jackson in pennies by mosaic artist Talia Hayward.

Talia Hayward is a Zambian born artist with an instantly recognizable style. Her work needs to be seen to be believed. The mosaics contain extremely fine detail achieved through Talia’s painstaking effort, creating her portraits using thousands of Talia’s signature medium of coins as well as washers, buttons or paper.

Talia will be presenting her portraits at the La Jolla Art and Wine Festival in the San Diego area on October 11th and 12th 2014. Proceeds will be donated to Talia’s charitable organisation called ‘Thankful Thinking' ~ Kalingalinga Basic School project.

Talia Hayward is a Zambian born artist with an instantly recognizable style. Her work needs to be seen to be believed. The mosaics contain extremely fine detail achieved through Talia’s painstaking effort, creating her portraits using thousands of Talia’s signature medium of coins as well as washers, buttons or paper.

She decided to create an art collection of portraits made out of pennies of iconic people who have inspired her and have made a positive difference in the world.She dedicating these portraits to her cause. ‘Thankful Thinking

“Being from Zambia and having copper as the main export, I became curious as to why the penny was the only US coin made out of copper,” 

On how her Thankful Thinking Organisation ties up with a penny, Talia says she discovered that a penny is the most wasted coin in the US and people just throw them away or keep them in a jar in their homes.
“I wanted to use something that is least valued, but still has a significant purpose for my portraits. I also want to bring awareness that we are a wasteful society and that what we throw away can be absolutely be useful to so many people living in poverty in Africa, Zambia in particular,” she says.

She goes on to say: “There is also a tradition where people throw pennies in a fountain to make a wish so Thankful Thinking got a wishing well fountain where people throw their pennies to make a wish but also help someone else’s wish come true.”
Subjects of Talia’s mosaic art portraits range from film and music legends to specially commissioned portraits of families, animals and world leaders. Talia says her pieces are available on request. She can create personal mosaic portraits from life or photographs.
If you would like more information about Talia’s mosaic portraits, place an order, or inquire about commissioning a personal mosaic, Taali would be happy to hear from you.   
Contact Talia on her websitehttp://taliahaywardarts.com
Talia Hayward on Facebook

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Sep 15 '14

Amy Winehouse’s Top Five Albums As A Child has Michael Jackson BAD album!

Michael Jackson – ‘Bad’

"Amy was Michael Jackson crazy – the songs; the dancing; everything about him. And when Amy loved something, she really loved something. I took her to see ‘Moonwalker’ when she was five and she wrote in her diary afterwards ‘It was brill. I love him. I love Michael’s songs. All the kids love Michael. I do too.’"

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Sep 15 '14
"My mind understands that he is no longer with us, but my heart and soul just cannot seem to grasp it. Michael’s music has been the soundtrack of my life and now when I hear one of his songs my eyes automatically begin to fill with tears. Then I check myself; for as long as I can still groove to his music, it’s easier for me to believe that Michael’s somewhere in the universe doing his thing. I don’t like being reminded that he died. Greatness doesn’t die. Legends don’t die. Michael’s talent overshadowed his enormous humanitarian spirit; his music brought all of us together. He will never be forgotten. Peace, Michael"
Shaquille O’Neal  - Remembering the Times (via myinspirationmj)
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