Don’t Grill Me Son (Print To Order)

“I was being nostalgic and remembering going to school in NYC as my mom worked as a school lunch helper.  Growing up in the 90s when Hip Hop and R&B was on the rise, grills was often shown as a sign of wealth and being cool. As a young kid in school I obviously didn’t have money for gold or diamond plated fronts. So my friends and I would take the wrappers from gum and fix them to our teeth! This piece shows what it is to try to be cool at a young age and to show off. But to know you’re still this goofy beautiful nerd on the inside”

Frames and Matting Options available 
Printed on professional matte photo paper with a slightly textured surface, showcasing vibrant and true colors.

Production: 1 business day + shipping time 

*Limited 11x14 Variant printed on Metallic Paper with .5” border.  Numbered and signed.