Morrison, Frank

Born in 1971, Frank Morrison embarked on his artistic journey as a graffiti artist in New Jersey. Broaden his horizons through break dancing tours, mentorship from a pivotal high school art teacher, and a transformative visit to the Louvre Museum. His work merges urban aesthetics, graffiti, and abstract contemporary art, influenced by hip-hop culture, reflecting on forgotten human narratives. Morrison aims to portray African-American life authentically, drawing from the traditions of Ernie Barnes and Annie Lee to preserve urban stories. His exhibitions span prestigious venues like Art Basel and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. His pieces adorn collections including the William H. and Camille O. Cosby Collection. Recognized for his illustrations in children’s literature, Morrison’s gratitude for his artistic journey and faith is evident in his signature “TTG” (Thanks to God) on each work. He resides in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife and five children.




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