Side Hustle With Lex Singer
$7,000, folks. That’s the lucky number and how much one of Lex Singer’s revolutionary drawings will go for. Now I’m no art aficionado, but this seems like a steal.
I had the chance to sit down with Lex. We spoke about questionable life choices, his first slow dance and his former pet turtle, Yertle, who never made it to stardom like Dr. Seuss’. He took the liberty of describing himself as, “a whole lot of man.” I would say he’s as handsome as he is modest.
Although comical and quite witty, Lex’s drawings expose his more emotional side. Growing up, he used to draw with his grandma. However, like many hobbies when you’re young, Lex gave up his passion for new beginnings, like Girls Nights and Nuclear Physics (you can endorse him on LinkedIn for both those, by the way). But after his grandma, Edith, passed away, he picked up drawing again in her honor.
Lex mentioned he’s always looking for inspiration and finds it nearly anywhere. While he hasn’t released a drawing recently, he’s always open to ideas. But he warned me to be careful because he “bucks at authority.” He said his most famous drawing is titled, “A Trump Stamp.” Personally, my favorite is, “Jennifer LoPez Dispenser.” Both are featured below:
To view his full portfolio, go to www.instagram.com/realsupernanny
According to him, all proceeds from his drawings will be going to less fortunate children in Belgium, but honestly I haven’t decided if I believe him. And don’t forget, buy these while they’re hot. After his death, each will run you $80,000 a piece.
Oh, and sometimes he writes copy. But this is much more important.