The Unparalleled Vermin Supreme

Update: Vermin Supreme is using my sketch as his facebook profile picture! Thanks Vermin, you inspire me to brush my teeth every morning when I wake up.

Greetings, friends! Here’s a drawing I just finished of the unparalleled Vermin Supreme, arguably the most relevant presidential candidate of all time. Enjoy, and hit the ‘follow’ button to see bucket-loads of my art in the future!

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Portrait of Malala Yousafzai

 

 

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Sketch of Dr. Jill Stein

 

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Portrait of Mr. Julian Assange

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Hey there! 
I just finished this portrait of Julian Assange. This time I decided to include some photos of the process, which I hope will be of service to you if you are an aspiring artist, or are just interested in art. Thanks for checking in, peace.

 

 


You can follow my work on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram — and, if you find my work to be valuable, you can help this poor artist keep making his art full time by donating something to my fund. If you feel inspired to donate, you may do so here. Thank you so much for your support, and I hope you enjoy my artwork. Oh, don’t forget to hit the ‘follow’ button before you leave!

Portrait of Snowden

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Hello friends! 
I started this portrait of Mr. Edward Snowden, because I think he’s done a lot of good for our society, and is worth honoring. It’s a work in progress, so don’t judge too harshly yet 🙂 

 

 


You can follow my work on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram — and, if you find my work to be valuable, you can help this poor artist keep making his art by donating something to my fund. If you feel inspired to donate, you may do so here. Thank you so much for your support, and I hope you enjoy my artwork.

Illustration: Black Lives Matter

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“Power is of two kinds. One is obtained by the fear of punishment and the other by acts of love. Power based on love is a thousand times more effective and permanent then the one derived from fear of punishment.”
-Mahatma Gandhi 

 


You can follow my work on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram — and, if you find my work to be valuable, you can help this poor artist keep making his art by donating something to my fund. If you feel inspired to donate, you may do so here. Thank you so much for your support, and I hope you enjoy my artwork.

Protesters with urgent demands

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This cartoon accompanied an article written by John Laurits. Click here to navigate to the article! 

 


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Photo Gallery: DNC Protests

Greetings, friends! 
My dear friend John Laurits and I arrived in Philadelphia two days ago, and have set up camp in FDR park for the duration of the DNC. Yesterday, we joined 10,000 protesters in a march from City Hall to FDR park, and I did my best to document the event while participating. Here is the first of many galleries that I will publish this week. Hope you enjoy, and check in again to see updates! 

 

 

 


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