ORIGINAL Fine Art Giclée Prints by Miss Hauora. This piece humbly represents the late American rapper and song writer - Tupac Shakur. Inspired by his poetry 'The rose that grew from concrete' depicting the idea that growth and success can still evolve from struggled pasts.
Original Artwork: Charcoal, graphite and mixed media on paper, 29.7 x 42 cm 2019 © Miss Hauora. The original drawing is unavailable.
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These prints are not hand signed and are open edition.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Miss Hauora is a young charcoal artist from Auckland, New Zealand. Her name is inspired by the Māori philosophy of well-being. Her relation to Hauora was stemmed by her work in natural wellness, her writings in mental health and her artistic connection to spirit.
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