A portrait of Malcolm X, minister of the Nation of Islam, assassinated on February 21, 1965. His is a story of overcoming adversity, even self-inflicted, to become the best version of oneself. He was a drug-addicted pimp and thief who found himself only after being sent to prison. Inspiring, fascinating and motivating.
This was a personal project, later adapted to join the print series from Title Cards, a non-profit collective art studio, and this collection of illustrated prints celebrates films which address racism and explore the complexities of what it means to be black in modern America.
All profits from the sales of Title Cards will be donated to the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center to help young, black creatives break into the film industry.