By Jonathan Curiel
Wednesday, Apr 6 2016
Two years ago, in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, Oakland artist Oree Originol began creating posters featuring the faces and names of people killed by police in controversial shootings. The art — done in black-and-white, in a simple and dignified style as if from a graphic novel — featured the likenesses of victims like Alex Nieto, the San Franciscan shot by police in Bernal Heights Park. Originol made his work free to download, so people could use them everywhere, and plaster them wherever they could...
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