This 12x12 paper print of a One-of-a-Kind piece from Maxwell Dickson's Limited Event on March 18th is available for a limited time only. Each Print comes in a plastic scuff proof case, and is signed by the artist for added value.
“I don't like people who hide things. We're not perfect, we all have things that people might not like to see, and I like to show my faults.”
Pop icon Grace Jones was initially a shy and quiet child raised in a strict, religious environment. Jones became a model first, then a musician and an actress. Maxwell Dickson was first captivated by her roles on the silver screen, which always portrayed authority, dominance and ultimately, lack of inhibition. Her androgynous image stands out, compared to the traditional depictions of women in media. Jones is portrayed making a lewd gesture and is represented as a raw, sexual, and aggressive person, exhibiting confidence in her own skin, faults and all.