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  • Jay Z Portrait Painting by Borbay

    Shawn Corey Carter at birth, Jay-Z upon arrival. A man who crafts, packages and delivers words by units of millions eventually becomes the message.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    It starts with a Rolling Stonecover, a piles of New York Post headlines, and the mission to “figure what is you talkin’ bout I don’t know what y’all sayin’.” After the jump, the process.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “And now that that’s that Lets talk about the future”; a blank canvas, a few lines, then something deeper.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “You stuck on being hardcore I chuck the duece up”; a round of green to redefine the composition.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “Name keep poppin’ up Face keep poppin’ up”; headlines beginning to hit the canvas, a Jay-Z cover-up.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “If I can’t live by my word Then I’d much rather die”; fully covered, quotes, headlines and ideas.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “And it’s like you knew exactly how I wanted you to feel”; Jay-Z re-emerges from the text.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “Wrong, this ain’t politically correct”; orange and yellow to begin the color field.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “You colors too bright, your voice too light”; but soon, the central focus will shift.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “Get back to rap you t-paining too much”; many colors at this stage.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “Now I live on Billboard and I brought my boys with me”; cracking the first dark outline, beginning the shift.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “You should know I bleed blue, but I ain’t a Crip though”; but eventually, the blue will require balance.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “And if you listen hard enough I say some things”; Jay-Z is becoming the focus, the words are now the environment.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “They stories out this world, I wonder if y’all hear”; mellowing the yellows.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “Of the statue allows me to go into detail”; sharpening the edges and contours with light and dark.

    Jay-Z Painting by Borbay

    “This ain’t black versus white”; it’s complement against tone.

    Jay-Z Portrait by Borbay

    “Can’t be scared to fail Search and perfection”; bringing it toward the finish line.

    Jay Z Portrait Painting by Borbay

    He has 11 number one albums, and now a portrait.

    (Whole article extracted from borbay.com in its entirety)

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