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If you want to be in style but at the same time still fit the dress code we’ve got to answer for you just click this link

 

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Facemadics exists to create and sell unique stationery, photographs, and hand-made prints by Western Pennsylvania artist, Jabari (Stanley) Mason. Jabari’s  art shares messages of a generational outlook, and strives to show reverence to a cultural past. He explores his ideas using bold colors in cut paper collage, acrylic paints, marker strokes, and photo editing technology.    http://www.facemadics.com/product-category/faces-of-future/

The Faces of Facemadics

 

Facemadics offers impressions of a new-age graphic style, precedent and truthful voice of today’s brave generation.

 

 Facemadics exists to create and sell unique stationery, photographs, and hand-made prints

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THE ARTIST.

Jabari Mason, aka Diamond Axe, began Facemadics in 2005 after exploring black and white, hand-drawn faces inspired by the masked heroes in his favorite childhood cartoons. In school, traditional face masks from New Delhi tribe inspired more creative ideas with new color combinations, meanings, and shapes that can be seen in his Faces of the Future prints and notecards.

Using strong lines and bold colors, Jabari expresses an entirely unique style of modern energy in all his pieces.  He currently works out of Pittsburgh’s Tech Shop in Bakery Square.

THE ARTIST.

Jabari Mason, aka Diamond Axe, began Facemadics in 2005 after exploring black and white, hand-drawn faces inspired by the masked heroes in his favorite childhood cartoons. In school, traditional face masks from New Delhi tribe inspired more creative ideas with new color combinations, meanings, and shapes that can be seen in his Faces of the Future prints and notecards.

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