Internationally renowned juggler Picaso Jr. sadly passed away on Sunday September 24 at the age of 47. He served as an inspiration to many artists and his work was a reminder of the power of the circus to captivate audiences young and old. Juggler Jacob D’Eustachio pays him tribute with this recollection of his work and life:
My friend Sean is not someone I’d describe as an effusive man. A fan of Japanese design, expensive sneakers, and avant-garde juggling that borders on performance art, I would generally describe Sean as quiet (and bordering on morose). However, on hearing that I would be waking up early the next morning to ride a Greyhound three hours to watch Picaso Jr. juggle at a fair, Sean’s eyes lit up. “Oh Picaso Jr. will be there?!” he said, “I love that man. He’s the best!” ...
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