Editor/Writer of Ten Thousand Days of Gratitude magazine. Tania has 25 years of writing experience, is a trained Economist, Chartered Accountant, International Development and Sustainability professional. She is also an ordained Interfaith Minister, Reiki Master/Teacher and certified yoga and meditation instructor. In her spare time, she is an amateur photographer, actor and art appreciator with a special passion for the vibrant street art of East London. Tania has lived in Canada, the USA, India and the UK. Currently, she calls London her home.
That was a fascinating read.
Thank you. I worked hard on my interview questions and followup to shape this piece. This whole article was republished by the artist’s friend without permission or attribution to me, as author, to the website as publisher, or to the photographers. I tracked down the guy who republished and claimed he had permissions that he did not. He offered a private apology. It was done to promote his friend, Monsu Plin, I was told. Alas, that put it in the blockchain forever against his name and it cannot be deleted due to distributed architecture. Technology is making protection of IP and copyright a venture into the Wild West! I think the generation that grew up with the internet often fails to understand that works published on the net are subject to copyright protection.