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"Pretty Girls Like Trap Music" Pen & Ink Portrait of Rapper 2Chainz by Angelo P. Hopson

“Pretty Girls Like Trap Music” Pen & Ink, Graphite portrait of rapper 2Chainz. Copies are 18×24 inches and only $49.99 plus shipping. Get yours today at… 22 more words

Angelo P. Hopson Artwork

ARTIST VS. MUSE (Part Seven: The Icon)

Featured photograph by Chris Levine.

This is the final installment of my series about the singer Grace Jones and her romantic and creative partnership with the artist Jean-Paul Goude. 871 more words

Grace Jones

"Welfare Queen" Pen & Ink Portrait by Angelo P. Hopson

“Welfare Queen” Pen & Ink portrait. The reason I named this piece “Welfare Queen” is because I want this piece to shed light, or rather give light to the many Black Women who are looked upon as charity cases even though historically the world itself has been a charity case, nurtured by none other than the Black woman herself. 105 more words

Angelo P. Hopson Artwork

"Substance in the Marginal Carnival" with Shanequa Gay

Shanequa Gay is one of my favorite artists who I don’t see talked about enough, especially in this contemporary moment. Her work often deals with the politics and physicality of the black body, and she makes compelling juxtapositions that integrate southern culture. 21 more words


FATHERS AND SONS (Play Written by Prisoners)

Edited by:
Donald “C-Note” Hooker and Mohammed White Ali

A once in a generation work of art that gives voice to the boy in every man, and to the man who needs to be heard by every boy. 715 more words


Mixx Spotlight: Helen Baskerville Dukes

Mixx Spotlight by Shahidah
I live in New England in the small state of Rhode Island and when I visit other states people say to me: 803 more words

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