Lia Sued on her plenty of heartfelt, music-inspired projects…
Lia Sued C. is. a Dominican illustrator based in New York City.
Her art – touching in its familiarity – reflects her optimistic, youthful spirit and her sweet longing for the best things in life: music, video games, cartoons, food, and family.
When asked how long she’s been drawing for, she answers “I don’t even know, really.”
“I’ve just always done it,” says Sued.
And it’s proof of how engrossed she is within her work. For Sued, art is more than just a vocation, it’s part of her everyday life.
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The top musical moments from the beloved Spanish comedy…
Quarantine is… not going well.
Corporations keep airing commercials thanking essential workers while barely paying them a living wage. Record numbers of people are unemployed. Our President is an idiot willing to let thousands of people die.
Everyone is tired. I’m tired.
The only thing keeping me sane is consuming media, including the nearly infinite amount of streaming television available.
And if you’re like me, I don’t have the emotional energy to sit through anything heavy and long like “The Irishman”.
Out of the more lighthearted options, Paquita Salas stands out amongst the rest, a true underdog with moxie. And the show’s soundtrack is exceptional and bubbly.
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