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He taught himself to draw in prison. Now hes winning over the art world.

Source: www2.philly.com

Oct 8, 2018 9:46 PM 4+ mon ago

This week, Russell Craig and Jesse Krimes — another up-and-coming Philadelphia artist who served time in federal prison for drug charges — will debut their most ambitious project ever with Mural Arts Philadelphia. Called Portraits of Justice, it's a large-scale, interactive public artwork at the Municipal Services Building. It's a vertigo-inducing ascendancy for Craig — just five years out of prison and not quite off parole.Read more.

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