Red 22843, in homage of a moniker the late Malcolm X once held (Detroit Red), and the incarceration identification number (2283) he had while imprisoned. Arguably, these aren't the most memorable attributes of Malcolm X. However, it highlights the death and rebirth of a man. It is simplyremarkable that his rehabilitation, emancipation, and power were birthed at a juncture when he was navigating a prison system designed for his destruction.
Limited Edition Giclée Graphite Print. Only a fixed amount of graphite portrait exist on museum quality acid free pH buffered archival paper. The prints will be numbered, approved and signed by the artist. S/H includes insurance for the artwork.