Mercedes GL450 goes swimming for art's sake
As part of his art project entitled "Quiet," Michael took photographs of twenty-four other underwater scenarios as well. All of these photos "aim to portray the silence and stillness one experiences when underwater." The "Quiet" exhibit was done in part to raise money for The Art of Elysium in Universal City, California. The mission statement of which explains that it is a non-profit organization founded in 1997, which encourages working actors, artists and musicians to voluntarily dedicate their time and talent to children who are battling serious medical conditions. They provide artistic workshops in acting, art, comedy, fashion, music, radio, songwriting and writing.
All of the proceeds from the sale of the 25 "Quiet" pieces will go to support this non-profit organization. So if you'd like a print of the oh-so-sexy Eva Mendes, dressed in a "delectably form-accentuating couture gown" swimming around a new GL450, click here. You can always explain to your better half that it was all for a good cause.
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