About the artist
Freehand Profit is a California based artist who has a life long love for Hip-Hop. He grew up in Northern Virginia and went on to go to college at Corcoran School of the Arts & Design in Washington DC. In 2006 he moved to pursue his creative dreams in Los Angeles, where in 2010 he began a year long daily creative project called MASK365.
It was through this re-dedication to his art practice he discovered a new way of making art that not only spoke from a personal place but also resonated on a global scale. The masks speak to a world at war, civil unrest, and environmental destruction while reflecting a subculture consumed by consumerism. All done through an artistic process that is true to Hip-Hop traditions.
You can find out more about the work on FreehandProfit.com, through his bio & artist statements and through his Blog.