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Third times a charm... another guest post from another dude.

If you saw the the first two posts this week you know some guys decided to a photo project called 5555 (or something like that).

First post is here. Second one here.

Today's images are from Gregg founder and CEO of The Lame Sauce. Although he claims to be lame he's not. He's a great artist and you can see his cute painting for kids at Mod Tots, and custom stuff over at Modern Bird Studios.

Here are his photos:

Something green. I paint. All day I paint. These cans of spray paint are the constant sounds and smells of my day. This is Montana Gold: Greenery. Rich straight up green. boom.

Hemp slip on Vans. I have nothing else to say. (I have nothing else to say either - Kenny)
Children's toys. My son is in love with Woody. We got him this for Xmas.  The blanket thing in front of that is a little security thing. It's an elephant head with a blanket body.  My wife wanted to call it his "lovie" but I felt that was too girly sounding.  In the spirit of a sexist moment it has been renamed, and is still to this day called "man toy". These are his favorite things.  
Kids eye level: Working on a upcoming mural and have been playing with the idea of old cartoony illustrations. My daughter was wowed and overwhelmed by the colors, the size and the overall image. 
My favorite people are my family, but this one was too good to pass up.  My daughter, with my mom lingering in the background. I took a bunch of pics of my little family, and had this one off the cuff.  I fell in love with it.  That is my girl, Sage, and my wife Megan in the background. (He just won't let his son see this one - Kenny)

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