New Art Prints by Jermaine Rogers (Onsale Info)

Here comes Jermaine Rogers with two new politically charged art prints.  I have listed all the info below.  It will be really interesting to see the reaction to these, as is always the case with Jermaine’s work.  These will go up on Thursday, March 19th between noon-3pm Mountain Time.  Visit

“Little Animals Grow (Teach Your Children)”

16″ x 24″ Screenprint, Edition of 75.  Here is what Jermaine had to say about the image:

‘It’s interesting how our society provides several ways of teaching a child to get very comfortable with the feel of a pistol in his hand. Every little detail of this image has it’s own little meaning: I hope some of you will like it.’

“To Be Young, Gifted, and Black”

20″ x 20″ Screenprint, Edition of 75.  Jermaine has a very long, well thought out explanation about this print.  It is quite honestly too long to post here, but I highly suggest you read the information at

7 Responses to “New Art Prints by Jermaine Rogers (Onsale Info)”

  1. The message in these are clear, I like the second one a lot its very powerful and thought provoking. As far as that actual art goes I think its non-cohesive, the style does not mesh well to me. The first one with the cat looks very pixelated the clothing too crisp and the wolf stippled. It goes for both but that cat really bothers me.

  2. hmmm, kinda of weird, typically the minorities getting sent off to prison don’t look like that; dress shirt and tie…who you fool’n?

  3. The cats head is supposed to be pixelated. Look where the Nintendo zapper gun is aimed. 😉

  4. I have 3 J.Rogers prints: “Epiphany”, “Respectfully Disagree” and ” Uncle”. So, I gave it 3 tries. And I hate to admit, I do not love a single one. I enjoy the concepts, but something about the actual art is off to me. Neither beautiful nor striking. No, not selling what I have –just not planning to acquire more.

  5. Im glad im not alone on this, and I would also like to thank Mazzy for explaining the cats head. It was early and I just got out of a dental appointment. Makes sense.

  6. “Execution of a Viet Con Guerrilla” 1968 – Eddie Adams

  7. regarding comments on the first print:

    come on guys… nintendo. NINTENDO!!

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