Young Thug has all the time been one to understand the unconventional. Perhaps that is why he truly got here by way of to attend the stranger-than-fiction "Young Thug As Paintings" art work exhibit. The mission, which was orchestrated by Netherlands-based artist Hajar Benjida, passed off on the Miami Beach Art Fair in early December. The premise was easy: juxtaposing traditional items of art work with pictures of Young Thug. Strange, however comparatively easy in contrast to a couple alternative "fashionable artwork" shows. Now, you may behold Young Thug experiencing the exhibit first hand, by way of this current video from VICE.
Arriving on the scene sporting a Notorious B.I.G. t-shirt, Thugger checks out a few of the shows, all whereas fielding an excited crowd of followers. "It feels wonderful, trigger like, the best way it is put collectively takes time," explains Thug. Upon listening to one attendee marvel concerning the similarities between Thug candids and centuries-old art work, Thugger agrees wholeheartedly. "That's bizarre," he nods. "That's bizarre. I pose like historical past individuals."
He additionally factors out his favourite piece ("Man and boy in Algiers" by Anders Zorn), which holds a particular place in his coronary heart, given the image was taken on his first time out of jail. "Turn negatives into positives," he says, ever-the-man of few phrases.