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Michael Godard's hometown gallery Inside Las Vegas' Rio Hotel and Casino on the second level of the Masquerade Village just 2 doors down from the VooDoo Lounge. Michael Godaard art, Scott Jacobs art, BoneDaddy art, Paul Butvila art, Stickman art Stacey Wells art..


Tupac Shakur - Can You Picture my Prophecy - Original

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Tupac Shakur - Can You Picture my Prophecy - Original


Tupac Shakur - Can You Picture my Prophecy 
Original- $10,995

36” x 48”
Unframed & ready to hang.

- This is a gallery wrapped original on canvas on 1.50" stretcher bars and is ready to hang.
- Call us for framing options if desired.
- Each piece comes with the Certificate of Authenticity and Warranty.
- If ever damaged or stolen, your item may be replaced for the cost of printing if verifiable with your Certificate of Authenticity and a Police or Insurance report.

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Requests for a Tupac came early and often. I had painted him a few times to follow up the Biggie Smalls piece I did a few years back, but they didn’t quite cut it, and were filed into the dumpster. 

Trying to figure out a concept for Tupac was quite difficult because he himself seemed to be quite contradictory. On one hand he was a very militant and articulate artist who used his platform to address social and political issues. I’ve always stated that I gravitate towards artist who have something to say and he certainly did. On the other hand, he would do a complete one eighty and sing a track that could only be described as gangster rap. He seemed to be pulled back and forth between the two worlds. Part Bob Dylan and part Eazy E.

The concept finally revealed itself to me through a series of events that lead me to watch the Netflix series Unsolved followed by the motion picture All Eyes on Me. The fire for the project was re-ignited through these shows and the concept, leaning towards the philosophical side of Tupac, soon followed.