MunkyKing

The Messenger - Green edition

$ 60.00
  • The Messenger - Green edition
  • The Messenger - Green edition
  • The Messenger - Green edition
  • The Messenger - Green edition
  • The Messenger - Green edition
  • The Messenger - Green edition
  • The Messenger - Green edition
  • The Messenger - Green edition

MunkyKing

The Messenger - Green edition

$ 60.00

MK - 027G
MATERIAL: Vinyl
HEIGHT: 6.5 inches
EDITION OF 150

Release Date: 2021 Comicon@Home (July 23, 2021)


MunkyKing is proud to present the green colorway of The Messenger.  Green marks the third and final colorway to complete the Pan African Glad collection.

Athletes take a knee when a player suffers a severe injury on the field. An enduring expression of empathy amidst the combative intensity of the game. 

Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the National Anthem in solidarity with African American victims of police brutality. His call for empathy was met with angry vitriol from a polarized society. His message co-opted by powerful interests to serve their own agendas. 

But his call for social justice endures through the iconic image of taking a knee - a solemn testament to the injury of those denied the equal humanity which lies at the core of America’s ideals. 

Click here for the story behind The Messenger.

A portion of proceeds will be donated to Know Your Rights Camp

Designed by Munky King + kaNO

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MK - 027G
MATERIAL: Vinyl
HEIGHT: 6.5 inches
EDITION OF 150

Release Date: 2021 Comicon@Home (July 23, 2021)


MunkyKing is proud to present the green colorway of The Messenger.  Green marks the third and final colorway to complete the Pan African Glad collection.

Athletes take a knee when a player suffers a severe injury on the field. An enduring expression of empathy amidst the combative intensity of the game. 

Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the National Anthem in solidarity with African American victims of police brutality. His call for empathy was met with angry vitriol from a polarized society. His message co-opted by powerful interests to serve their own agendas. 

But his call for social justice endures through the iconic image of taking a knee - a solemn testament to the injury of those denied the equal humanity which lies at the core of America’s ideals. 

Click here for the story behind The Messenger.

A portion of proceeds will be donated to Know Your Rights Camp

Designed by Munky King + kaNO