If you’re a Facebook user and like the sound of your favorite music, you’re probably familiar with a new music-themed tile mural.
The tiles are typically featured on Facebook’s home page, and you can click on them to reveal a full-sized version of the tile mural for you to enjoy.
But a new tile mural is making the rounds in your Newsfeed that shows a tree, one of the world’s oldest living organisms, being trampled by a bulldozer.
The mural features a series of images of trees being trampling one another, and it’s captioned, “Trampling one of your trees.
Don’t let it kill you.”
The poster is part of a campaign by Lupe Fiasco, the rapper who famously posted a picture of himself and his father, the artist Lupe, holding a tree trunk with the caption, “I know the trees want me to take their place.”
The campaign has been gaining steam on social media, and people are using it as a way to show their support for the trees.
But it seems that the campaign may not have been enough to convince people to buy the tile.
According to a report from Buzzfeed, the mural is actually a joke, created by Luke Fiasco to promote the campaign.
The mural was created in 2014, and was made using a computer program called Photoshop to create a series that was captioned “Transecting a tree.
Don’s the one that gets trampled.”
Lupe’s account was created by the time of the project’s creation, which makes it hard to believe that this poster could have been created by someone who was not even aware of the originality of the image.
According, Buzzfeed: The poster has a number of similarities with a previous Lupe poster that was created for the campaign to raise money for Lupe.
In one of these Lupe posts, the poster uses a tree to show how a tree can be a force for good in the world, and how you can help it be a part of its future.
Lupe has also used a similar image to show his father being trambled by a truck.
The poster features a man, and a woman, standing on a tree as the trees head towards them.
At the top of the poster is the text, “One of our trees, Lupe.”
The man and woman are also holding a trunk, which is captioned with, “Don’t let your tree kill you.
You can make it bigger.”
The poster is clearly not intended as a parody, and is definitely not intended to be taken seriously.
It’s hard to know how the campaign will turn out in the end, as the original poster is only available for a limited time, and the poster has only been used in a limited number of locations.
If you want to take a stand against deforestation and save trees, you should take the time to visit LupeFiasco.com and support his cause.