"What I thought I knew"
Created by visual artist A series of photos captured on various iPhone models from 2014 and 2021, with original illustration. Inspired by my entire life experience thus far. I was born in Chicago, raised in Stateway housing projects til i was 6. I still remember my phone number, the walk to Raymond elementary and the elevator, and those 9 flights of stairs we'd have to walk in the dark, but my mother kept a flashlight in her purse. It taught me preparation. I've always been fascinated by people often conflicted with my fear of them and my anxiety of being seen. Maybe it's all the harm i'm unpacking. But I see everything. I hear it all. And I love people when they are just existing. On their way to and from. Now through a series of drops, I'm hoping to express my recognition. Through photos, videos and illustrations, my best and safest place to be is in the middle of it all, unnoticed. A wallflower.
PHOTO BY Zoe Rain
Purchasers from within and without of the network. Those who commit their funds. .
Purchasers who are holders of 2 or more pieces. Who believe and trust in the work and process.
Those who Nah... believes in an works to purchase work from through funds raised through this drop
Individuals and entities who have been featured in artwork
Friends and family with at least 1 special pieces gifted from NAH...
"The hope is to grow these networks through information, peer support and collaboration."
First Drop is November 11 it will feature 35 1:1 pieces.
Next Drop is January 11 it will feature 90+ original 1:1 pieces.