As part of our latest show, The Fabric of America: Artists in Protest, Tristan Eaton releases this Limited Edition Gyclee with Deckled Edges, Hand Embellished edition of 5. Each work is hand signed and numbered. The large, hand-embellished gyclee is hand cut and hand embellished with gold spray paint, custom stencil, splatter effects, and hand painted detail. Museum of Graffiti exclusive. Available to ship August 1, 2020. The print features an important and iconic moment during their medal ceremony in the Olympic Stadium in Mexico City on October 16, 1968, where Tommie Smith and John Carlos, two African-American athletes, each raised a black-gloved fist during the playing of the US national anthem. While Tristan Eaton began his career designing toys and founding Kid Robot, he is now best known for his large scale public murals, found throughout the world from New York to Paris to Shanghai, which he executes in freehand spray paint. Eaton’s work can be seen in the Museum of Modern Art's (MoMA) permanent collection as well as the Cooper Hewitt Museum and Long Beach Museum of Art.

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