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A (Friend) of Ours.

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Artist Brandon Friend creates mixed media works that translates both the rage and the machine it goes against. Friend’s sociopolitically charged collaboration with Jason Douglas Griffin provides a direct but chaotic commentary that employs a brilliant use of color and pattern.

“Frontline”. (Courtesy of Brandon Friend.)

“Defender”. (Courtesy of Brandon Friend.)

“Man Down”. (Courtesy of Brandon Friend.)

“Shirts vs. Skins”. (Courtesy of Brandon Friend.)

“Precipice”. (Courtesy of Brandon Friend.)

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