Black is a Soul. Christmas merriment topped with C.R.E.A.M.

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Christmastime is supposed to be magical, but for many it can be stressful and depressive when the focus C.R.E.A.M. “cash rules everything around me.”

In another holiday balancing act, Hakim and Karimah have two different opinions of the Christmas spirit. To shake the holiday blues, Karimah wants Hakim to embrace the upside of capitalism, but Hakim, an artist with highs and lows in his career, struggles to reconcile creativity and the pressures of finances. Words and illustration by Gary Campbell.

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Gary Campbell is an artist interested in developing art purposefully and consciously to change the world we live in. With a growing repository of interviews with artists in the NYC area, his interviews are an extension of his artistic mind as they are often in situ and impromptu.

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