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For clients that opt to to go the second draft route, this part of the process involves either changes minor or major to insure you, the paying customer, are happy with your final design.

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The final draft is approved, the final payment is processed and our heroes ride off into the sunset. That's all there is to it. Contact me today and dare to dream. Smaller.

21 Sep 14
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“…I Jake the Snake ‘em, DDT ‘em in mausoleums.” 
Inspired by the line uttered by Killer Mike on the single Blockbuster Night Pt. 1, this piece finds Jake the Snake using his patented DDT to wreak havoc on Brooklyn for Run The Jewels 2. The concept itself was derived from an episode from the television programme “Lucas Bros’ Moving Company’ entitled ‘DDT’ in which Jake the Snake is hired by the protagonists to move an oak wood bed. For the privilege of the gig he faces Repo Man, hitting him with his trademark finishing move, the DDT, releasing a cloud of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane that overtakes the city.
Here he looms over the poisoned city block with authority, the chain featured on the previous Run The Jewels cover art and the head of Skeletor fresh from the mausoleum from which he draws excess power.
Fuck.
Mounted prints are mounted to Foam core. Foam core is 3/16” tick & acid free. All papers & ink are archival. 
Signed edition of 32.
http://patheticpixels.com/shop/run-the-jewels-2/

“…I Jake the Snake ‘em, DDT ‘em in mausoleums.”

Inspired by the line uttered by Killer Mike on the single Blockbuster Night Pt. 1, this piece finds Jake the Snake using his patented DDT to wreak havoc on Brooklyn for Run The Jewels 2. The concept itself was derived from an episode from the television programme “Lucas Bros’ Moving Company’ entitled ‘DDT’ in which Jake the Snake is hired by the protagonists to move an oak wood bed. For the privilege of the gig he faces Repo Man, hitting him with his trademark finishing move, the DDT, releasing a cloud of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane that overtakes the city.

Here he looms over the poisoned city block with authority, the chain featured on the previous Run The Jewels cover art and the head of Skeletor fresh from the mausoleum from which he draws excess power.

Fuck.

Mounted prints are mounted to Foam core. Foam core is 3/16” tick & acid free. All papers & ink are archival.

Signed edition of 32.

http://patheticpixels.com/shop/run-the-jewels-2/

24 Aug 14
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“…But they can’t relate to our struggle, my nigga. We came up from slavery.” 
This piece while based upon the freestyle ‘We Made It’ from Jay Electronica, draws from the lyrics above for this motif. Jay looks off into the distance, dressed in NOI garb bearing the name of Ward Fard Muhammad. Above his head brother Malcolm’s glasses illuminate the past, a reflection of where Jay Electronica finds his ‘Blackness’. On the left, Ward Muhammad, on the right the Sphinx of Gisa, it’s nose restored. Below the frames, the chains of slavery, our bondage broken, in the pieces we find Islam, the star and crescent moon. We made it.
Mounted prints are mounted to Foam core. Foam core is 3/16” tick & acid free. All papers & ink are archival. 
Signed edition of 32.
http://patheticpixels.com/shop/we-made-it/

“…But they can’t relate to our struggle, my nigga. We came up from slavery.”

This piece while based upon the freestyle ‘We Made It’ from Jay Electronica, draws from the lyrics above for this motif. Jay looks off into the distance, dressed in NOI garb bearing the name of Ward Fard Muhammad. Above his head brother Malcolm’s glasses illuminate the past, a reflection of where Jay Electronica finds his ‘Blackness’. On the left, Ward Muhammad, on the right the Sphinx of Gisa, it’s nose restored. Below the frames, the chains of slavery, our bondage broken, in the pieces we find Islam, the star and crescent moon. We made it.

Mounted prints are mounted to Foam core. Foam core is 3/16” tick & acid free. All papers & ink are archival.

Signed edition of 32.

http://patheticpixels.com/shop/we-made-it/

23 Jul 14
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Lupe Fiasco. Good for health, bad for education. My first piece for charity. Inspired by “Tetsuo And Youth” draws from the seminal Anime film “Akira” and the theme of the album’s single “Mission”, an anthem of hope for cancer patients and survivors to create the image here. A small girl receiving treatment for the affliction stands, creating art as therapy. The colours blended to create Lupe’s face are a nod to Tetsuo’s mutation in the third act of the film, the unfinished piece of his face, the outside of Chicago, his hometown and the trademark pills from the Manga can be seen in the print of the child’s hospital gown. All proceeds go to Stand Up 2 Cancer. http://www.standup2cancer.org/
All paper & ink are archival, 16″x20″ glossy. Hand numbered, limited edition of 50. 
http://patheticpixels.com/shop/lupe-fiascos-tetsuo-youth/

Lupe Fiasco. Good for health, bad for education. My first piece for charity. Inspired by “Tetsuo And Youth” draws from the seminal Anime film “Akira” and the theme of the album’s single “Mission”, an anthem of hope for cancer patients and survivors to create the image here. A small girl receiving treatment for the affliction stands, creating art as therapy. The colours blended to create Lupe’s face are a nod to Tetsuo’s mutation in the third act of the film, the unfinished piece of his face, the outside of Chicago, his hometown and the trademark pills from the Manga can be seen in the print of the child’s hospital gown.

All proceeds go to Stand Up 2 Cancer. http://www.standup2cancer.org/

All paper & ink are archival, 16″x20″ glossy. Hand numbered, limited edition of 50.

http://patheticpixels.com/shop/lupe-fiascos-tetsuo-youth/