The Black Artists
Print Shop

The Black Artists Print Shop is a space to support Black artists by finding their work, hearing their stories, and supporting their businesses. The theme of the fourth iteration is elevating ten distinct voices to celebrate Black art. We’re highlighting the artists’ answers to the question: “What does celebrating Black art mean to you?” Each answer provides a nuanced perspective on what Black art is, how to support it, and the importance of representation in art. These exclusive prints are available for a limited time online and at select stores.

Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Chris Hurd

Chris Hurd

Chris Hurd is a Chicago-based freelance photographer. His passion for art and photography came at a young age eventually evolving into a professional photography career.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Ashley Adams

Ashley Adams

Ashley Adams is an artist and designer with her current artwork referencing personal experiences living as a biracial woman in America. Her work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and shows like the Eduardo Lira Art Gallery at Miami Art Basel, where she was a semi-finalist.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Sahara Clemons

Sahara Clemons

Sahara Clemons is an artist, performer, and designer based in Virginia. Her work explores the intersection of race and gender and provides commentary on the socio-political forces that shape identity. Clemons is a YoungArts alumnus and featured Tedx speaker. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Rhode Island School of Design.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Charity Grace Mofsen

Charity Grace Mofsen

Describing her photography style as meditative, Charity Grace Mofsen wishes to bring hope, joy and comfort to others through her images—as she finds those same emotions herself while taking the photos. She lives on Nantucket with her husband, Michael, and fur baby, Herschel.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Roma Osowo

Roma Osowo

Roma Osowo is a color-loving abstract artist who creates vibrant, joy-filled art to elevate beautiful spaces. For her, painting is a visual expression of her faith in God, the ultimate creator. She is featured in partnership with Saatchi Art.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Tafy LaPlanche

Tafy LaPlanche

Tafy LaPlanche is an Afro Latina portrait artist based in New York City and Savannah, Georgia. As part of her gallery and studio, Le Pouf Art, she paints unique and vibrant portraits for unique and vibrant people. She is featured in partnership with Saatchi Art.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop ALta Berri

Alta Berri

Alta Berri was born in New York City in 1979 and primarily works in oil paint. Her influences include George Bellows, Studio Ghibli and Hideo Kojima. She obtained an MA from the New School, a BS from NYU and is a YoungArts Alumni. Her work has been exhibited at Miami Art Basel and TheOtherArtFair. She lives and works in New York City, and is featured in partnership with Saatchi Art.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Dave McClinton

Dave McClinton

Dave McClinton is a graphic designer who’s been a creative professional for more than 20 years. Dave combines his love of photography, art and graphic design to create works that speak to the viewer by communicating aspects of Black Culture. He is featured in partnership with Saatchi Art.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop EuGene V Byrd III

EuGene V Byrd III

EuGene V Byrd III is a painter, drawing inspiration from life experiences and people around him. He illustrates quintessential aspects of the Black experience, in an effort to preserve Black culture, telling stories that are often overlooked or demonized.

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Framebridge Black Artists Print Shop Khalif Rivers

Khalif Rivers

Khalif Rivers is a visual artist who communicates primarily through photography. He began documenting the overlooked architectural beauty within Philadelphia and has progressed to supplement the landscapes he captures with storytelling and portraiture.

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— More Black Artists We Love —

Previously featured

Braylen Dion

Photographer & Director | New York, NY

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Wulf Bradley

Photographer | Atlanta, GA

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Marryam Moma

Visual Artist | Atlanta, GA

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Chiomma Hall

Illustrator | Atlanta, GA

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Tracey Murrell

Visual Artist | Atlanta, GA

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Mhandy Gerard

Photographer | Atlanta, GA

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Jahi Walker

Photographer | Atlanta, GA

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Neka King

Digital Illustrator & Muralist | Atlanta, GA

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George F Baker III

Illustrator, Designer & Muralist | Atlanta, GA

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Emmy Marshall

Abstract Painter | Atlanta, GA

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Gregory Prescott

Photographer | West Hollywood, CA

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Uzo Njoku

Painter | New York City, NY

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Shadra Strickland

Illustrator | Baltimore, MD

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Kirth Bobb

Photographer | Washington, DC

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Ashley Johnson

Mixed Media Artist | Winston-Salem, NC

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— Artist Interviews —

Meet the Artist: Chris Hurd

Meet the Artist: Eugene V Byrd III

Meet the Artist: Sahara Clemons

Meet the Artist: Tafy LaPlanche

Meet the Artist: Ashley Adams

The Million Man March's Humanity

Meet the Artist: Roma Osowo

Meet the Artist: Gregory Prescott

IMA MFON

I Am Not a Threat

IMA MFON

Meet the Artist: Dave McClinton

Meet the Artist: Charity Grace Mofsen

Photographer Spotlight: Jason Jackson

Atlanta Artists We Love

Meet the Artist: Khalif Rivers

Meet the Artist: Alta Berri

Who should we feature next time?

If you are an artist or know someone we should feature in the future, let us know!

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