2012-2020. Mixed media, 25×23″
Homage to Duchamp, Jefferson, and Warhol

See reverse.

U.S.-Mexico Friendship Flag
2013-2020. Digital; mixed media, 40×70″

This unofficial flag of the United States doubles as a symbol of the country’s friendship with its southern neighbor by incorporating elements of American national identity into the 4:7 composition of the flag of Mexico. The vertical tricolor trades green, white, and red for red, white, and blue; the golden eagle for the bald; the cactus for an olive branch; and the rattlesnake for a scroll that reads “E PLURIBUS UNUM” (out of many, one).

International Friendship Flag Project is an initiative inspired by sister cities, twin towns, and other efforts (symbolic and diplomatic) to build international cooperation, promote cultural understanding, and stimulate economic development. Participation is open to all. The flag shown here serves as one example, encouraging worldwide contributions and the exchange of original creations in a borderless public domain. 

Oro en Paz/Fierro en Guerra
Ocean Ave, San Francisco
2015-2016. Acrylic and oil marker on vinyl, 60×28″

In remembrance of San Francisco Police Lieutenant Billye E. Morrow #1270

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