oil and laser on maple, 11" x 13.5" Available in Store

A hodge-podge of Manny Pacquiao, Tupac Shakur, and the "Weapons of Moroland" plaque present in every Filipino household, Thug Passion of the Christ celebrates both men, who have become messianic figures for common people. Not despite their imperfections, but because of them.

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