prints

cheyanne epps began silkscreening prints of her drawings of objects "mistaken" by the police as weapons as part of her senior thesis research at uc santa cruz. you can find her prints, and more of her artworks here.

below are links .pdfs flyers of each object, each with a QR code that points at a map and description of the incident that the object was involved in. Some people have taken to printing these out and posting them at or near the site where the incident took place, as a sort of virtual mural, recording the history of the event. We fully support this sort of activity, to the extent that it is safe and *legal*. To that end, there is a link to a map of where the incident occurred, as best as we can tell, next to the link to the flyer.

print Sebastian Gregory's baseball bat and post it

print Mark Venturi's bible and post it

print Antonio Marcos dos Santos's bible and post it

print Kheil Coppin's hair brush and post it

print Nicholas John Schaefer's hair brush and post it

print an unnamed 13-year-old boy's cellphone case and post it

print LaTanya Haggerty's padlock and post it

print Brian Claunch's ballpoint pen and post it

print an unnamed man's cell phone and post it

print Flint Farmer's cell phone and post it

print an unnamed man's cell phone and post it

print Erdman Bascomb's TV Remote Control and post it

print Jordan Miles's bottle of soda-pop and post it

print Serentha Hall's spatula and post it

print Alan Gomez's spoon and post it

print Nicholas Naquan Heyward, Jr's squirtgun and post it

print Silvelio "Tony" Groshe's squirtgun and post it

print Harry Stanley's tableleg and post it

print DeAunta Farrow's toy gun and post it

print Colin Farmer's walking stick and post it

print an unnamed man's wallet and post it



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