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021 Graffiti Sunset

021 Graffiti Sunset


24 x 17 in

Paper & Glue on back of a Black Lives Matter Sign


Buffalo Exchange models on colorful book proofs on Seattle's 'The Stranger' free newspaper rips on the back of a Black Lives Matters sign.


The figures were meant to outlines of the letters S-U-N-S-E-T; it became abstract. As I continued, the figures maintained a loose block letter shape and the sunset came through.


I stayed in a fourth floor Ballard apartment for three weeks of August 2019. The sunsets lasted until well past 9pm. I wanted to grab as many loud colors as I could because sunset spectrums can have so much to them.




This painting can be shipped to you flat, on the board it was made on, or framed. 


If you have a question about a specific piece, you may email me at - with the name of the piece in the subject. Cheers.

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