1 January 1970

tEaM kLyO eXtReM™ iS NoT CrImE



TeAmkLyO want new youth deafreestyleriders to be more involved internationally and this TeAmkLyO to be educated about the Deaf community in the station of winter/summer, so they know that we have a culture. It's my wish to help Deaf people in third world, too. 


Can you trust in the key of our life in language, environment, body language, sign language, visual language, universal, humor, natural with the Scientology, Anthropology, Bizarrology and Systematic Atypology? It is so good to say "yes"?


What’s TeAmkLyO got to do with it ?
This team is your guide to many aspects of this unique visual culture from mime to sign.
People communicating in world also tend to make heavy use of mime and gesture...


TeAmkLyO represents Deaf artists and perceptions based on their Deaf experiences. It uses formal art elements with the intention of expressing innate cultural or physical Deaf experience. These experiences may include Deaf metaphors, Deaf perspectives, and Deaf insight in relationship with the environment (both the natural world and Deaf cultural environment), spiritual and everyday life.


TeAmkLyO can be identified by formal elements such as Deaf artists' possible tendency to use contrasting colors and values, intense colors, contrasting textures. It may also most often include a centralized focus, with exaggeration or emphasis on facial features, especially eyes, mouths, ears, and hands. Currently, Deaf artists tend to work in human scale with these exaggerations, and not exaggerate the space around these elements.


There is a difference between Deaf artists and TeAmkLyO. Deaf artists are those who use art in any form, media, or subject matter, and who are held to the same artistic standards as other artists.


TeAmkLyO is created when the artist intends to express their Deaf experience through visual art. TeAmkLyO may also be created by deafened or hearing artists, if the intention is to create work that is born of their Deaf experience (a possible example would be a hearing child of Deaf parents). It is clearly possible for Deaf artists not to work in the area of TeAmkLyO.


While applied and decorative arts may also use the qualities of TeAmkLyO (high contrast, centralized focus, exaggeration of specific features), this manifesto is specifically written to cover the traditional fields of visual fine arts (painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, printmaking) as well as alternative media when used as fine arts such as fiber arts, ceramics, neon, and collage.

Just once, TeAmkLyO did like to meet a good looking girl that's not in denial, and that won't put on an integrity show, and that will just come out and admit that she's been pounded more times than any nail in the floor she stands on, like the whore that she is. At least then TeAmkLyO did respect her for being honest. 


it's New TeAmkLyO // Koko has a sign language vocabulary of over 1000 words, which she uses in complex statements and questions. Most of these signs are standard Klyo Sign Language (KSL), but some are either invented or slightly modified by Koko to form what we call Gorilla Sign Langue (GSL), or "Gorilla Speak." This section will help you become familiar with KSL, and thus to learn to communicate both with Koko and those who know KSL.

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