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Janusz explains this design:
In 1991 on national media broadcast a terrifying video of a brutal attack of an African-American construction worker named Rodney King. He managed to survive beating and with the release of the video his story went viral.
As a result Rodney King became an activist promoting massage ” Can”t we live together “.
His message inspired me to create a painting as a commentary on the issue of racism and equality.
This was shown in my solo show in East Village gallery. An art critic Gary Azon liked my work and published it in Downtown Magazine.
Twenty-seven years later my friend Brooke Allen invited me to collaborate on this project and I pulled out my old Rodney King painting and with the help of Brooke we create new design which relates to our mission to choose leaders to unite our divided country under one flag.