Rihanna has never been one to keep quiet about her political beliefs, and she uses every method imaginable to encourage people to vote in the November 3 US election – including playing the role of graffiti artist in the middle of the night. . On August 14, the 32-year-old uploaded a triptych of photos to Instagram, showing the Fenty mogul crouching in the dirt next to an old car and happily painting a few choice words about the Trump administration. “Art”, she simply captioned the images, as well as the hashtag # 81days.
Many fans believe the photo was taken at the Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas – an art project in a remote pasture field in the upstate. Built in 1974 by an eccentric local millionaire with help from San Francisco collective The Ant Farm, it consists of 10 vintage Cadillacs half-submerged in the dirt – each tilted precisely to mimic the lines of the Great Pyramid of Giza. A hymn to the so-called “golden age” of the American automobile, guests are not only encouraged to visit, but to leave a trace of their journey by painting directly on the cars.
Although Rihanna has yet to comment on what she is doing in the Texas Panhandle, she selected an outfit that exactly matched the Cadillacs she addressed in the graffiti. The forever Bad Gal wore an oversized Fenty hoodie (£ 280) in multi-colored jersey for the late night excursion. Notably, the pattern and color of each of these “psychedelic” sweatshirts are unique – as is the placement of their tight-fitting slogan, Beyond Limits. And for those who really like to engage in print, there are also matching ‘psychedelic’ leggings (£ 250). Order yours now, then start planning a roadtrip to Texas right away.
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