“Witty and wise, this small book is a treasure.”
- Deepak Chopra , author of Why Is God Laughing?

“What a delightful collection of wisdom and what a sweet way of presenting it. Here is a quick and easy way to get in touch with deep truth. “
- Neale Donald Walsch, Author Conversations with God

“If you¹re ready to meet God in an exciting and unforgettable way, read and re-read this soul-touching book.”
- Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator Chicken Soup for the Soul series

“God Made Me from Spare Parts confidently proclaims that we are not alone. Gently it inspires faith and conviction in the Unseen, in that mysterious support and guidance that is always there if we have the eyes and the heart to recognize it.”
- Andrew Cohen, founder of EnlightenNext www.enlightennext.org

“This book offers heartwarming spiritual wisdom to brighten and enlighten your life.”
- Marci Shimoff, NY Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason and featured teacher in The Secret.

“Beeaje has written a little jewel of inspiration to place in the pocket nearest our hearts to lift our Spirit and cultivate our love of one another.”
- Dr. Barbara Marx Hubbard, author Awakening the Power of Our Social Potential

“This book may be small in size, but it delivers a big dose of spiritual insight with humor and warmth.”
- Debbie Ford, author The Dark Side of The Light Chasers

“Quick’s lack of formal training adds a lot to his credibility. The fact that he was isolated from the art world has provided him with a platform and a vehicle to create what he really thinks, feels and wants without being influenced by other art. That’s what makes his work so unique. No one can look and say ‘it reminds me of someone else.’ I am so moved by his work. I think he can be anywhere.”
- Avi Amiel (art dealer of Tamayo, Botero, Lichtenstein, and Warhol)

“One of Quick’s biggest fans is Mark Ordesky, President of Fine Line Features, who says he is drawn to Quick’s ‘aggressive irreverence.’ He has one of Quick’s line drawings, titled Decisions, hanging in his office. It’s a sort of stick-figure version of The Scream. Below the figure is the line: “If you can’t handle living your life now, you can always wait for it to come out on video.”
- L.A. Weekly

“Artistic filmmaker and all-around visionary.”
- Detour Magazine

“He could be a white Spike Lee.”
- Los Angeles Times, Calendar feature

“Cutting edge is (Quick’s) middle name.”
- The Hollywood Reporter

“The star of the evening was the incredible room [that Quick designed].”
- L.A. Weekly, article entitled, “Beeajejuice” (reference to an all-star tribute held at Quick’s museum-café, Young Moguls, for one of the music industry’s biggest names).

“It doesn’t happen very often, but this is the capital of dreams, and this is a story like no other. It’s a story about a young man who wanted to be a big time movie director, boarded a bus, a drove straight into the Hollywood spotlight.”
- Entertainment Tonight

“Beeaje Quick’s work is a spillage of creative blood.”
- MTV

“A 30-foot double-decker bus with a giant pink donut is something you can’t miss, even in Hollywood.”
- Fox News

“This is one guy who really knows how to get around.”
- Hard Copy

“Entering Beeaje Quick’s space forces a drastic, immediate shift in perspective: There is no transition between the clamor and scorching brightness of Hollywood Boulevard outside and the pitch black internals of the old Vogue Theatre. The dingy clutter of external Los Angeles is supplanted with dark and cavernous space, so well insulated from the street all traffic noise and tourist babble is demolished. In its place Quick’s preferred soundtrack: ethereal gypsy music made with nothing but human hands and wine glasses”.
- Art Connoisseur Magazine

“It’s not hard to see how a mind who put the television in the refrigerator came up with this perspective on homelessness.”
- Good Morning America (reference to Quick’s short film, Street Life,winner of the AFI/Sony Visions Competition).;

“It may be the most unusual success story since Lana Turner was discovered in Schwab’s Coffeehouse on Sunset Strip.”
- Sydney Morning Herald

“Quick’s feature debut is a hilarious, gonzo rocket ride straight into the greasy maw of urban bureaucracy, shot through with surreal, Three Stooges-like slapstick and a knowing of the absurdities of everyday life in the big city… Quick’s comic flair and cinematic sensibilities are astonishingly on-target; Real Stories of the Donut Men grabs you by the cajones and then yanks, spanks, and cranks it all up to 11. “Never mind your rights,” indeed.
- The Austin Chronicle reviews

“When I first saw (Donut Men), it reminded me of filmmakers Fine Line had cut its teeth on – Waters, Herzog, Godard – filmmakers clearly marching to their own drummer. It’s not a direct comparison, but he’s got a full aesthetic. He is not aping any particular genre. He’s definitely on his own wavelength.”
- Mark Ordesky (CEO of New Line Cinema; Executive Producer, Lord of the Rings)

“Quick’s lack of formal training adds a lot to his credibility. The fact that he was isolated from the art world has provided him with a platform and a vehicle to create what he really thinks, feels and wants without being influenced by other art. That’s what makes his work so unique. No one can look and say ‘it reminds me of someone else.’ I am so moved by his work. I think he can be anywhere.”
- Avi Amiel (art dealer of Tamayo, Botero, Lichtenstein, and Warhol)

“I watched [Donut Men] and the hair went all the way down to my balls. It was great. It was funny as hell… I was giggling from beginning ‘til end… I had to make myself stop laughing so that I could watch the rest of the movie.”
- Quentin Tarantino

“[Donut Men] was great. Heavily glazed. Very sweet. A little yeasty… I liked it.”
- Robert Rodriguez

“[Donut Men] was a trip. It was fun to watch- all the way through.”
- Mike Judge (creator of King of the Hill, Beavis & Butthead)

“Real Stories of the Donut Men”“You’d never tell from “Donut,” a remarkably sophisticated black-and-white action film that is as punchy and pithy as Quick’s other artistic endeavors. The film’s velocity was no doubt helped by Robert Rodriguez, who provided some fine editing on the film (Rodriguez’s wife, Elizabeth Avellan, produced “Donut Men”). But don’t confuse such high-profile help with any attitude on Quick’s part.”
- South By South West Review






















































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