While working live in the JG Autographs/House of Roulx studio on the "Hepburn's Humanity" project, Free would take occasional breaks and check out some of our archives. He happened upon an original stationary note pad from the White House, circa 1970s and Richard's Nixon's term, and of course, needed to leave his "epic" mark on something so politically historic.
Free Humanity is the moniker of an ambiguous Los Angeles street artist who's work focuses on political situations and notable figures who have had a positive impact on the world. His mission statement reads: “Take back Humanity stolen from our minds by social manipulation and plant seeds of positivity through art and consciousness."
Aerosol, oils, pastes, stencils, installation pieces, Free runs the gamut in his artistic arsenal of urban utensils used in applying his artwork all over. Though his work appears in fine art galleries, he largely relies on a street art palate of spray paint, stenciling over his cut out designs, finished with brushwork.
Hand-Painted, Signed, Numbered and Dated by Free Humanity
Aerosol and Ink on Vintage Stationary
Limited Edition of 10
Final Item Received May Vary Slightly From Reference Image Shown Here
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