Unfinished Portraits of Police Brutality Victims | ‘Stolen’

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In his series ‘Stolen’, artist Adrian Brandon is memorializing Black people who died at the hands of police. To represent the untimely and shocking way their vibrant and meaningful lives were extinguished — and their potential stolen — the artist limits his time adding color to each piece to the number of minutes equal to the years each subject lived, before his or her life was snuffed abruptly out. Brandon hopes that one day, he can stop creating ‘Stolen.’

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