First Image From AME On Display At UPenn Design Staff/Faculty Show

I will be submitting one of the images from my new project, AME [The American Muslim Experience] at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design Staff art show. The image is one of Shaykh Hajj Musa, a long standing resident of the Philadelphia Muslim community. The print is a large-format ink jet print [54 inches by 36 inches] – you can see the image as well as the print one coming off the plotter below. I will inform you of any additional shows. Prints will be on display at the School of Design starting Monday, July 23rd [34 & Walnut, Philadelphia]. The show is a short one so if you happen to stop by in the next week or so it along with the other staff/faculty images should be up. Below is a preview of the image as well as the print coming off the large-format plotter. Enjoy.


The PennDesign Staff Art Show official details:
July 23rd through August 1st, the Reception is Friday, July 27, at 5pm. Hope to see you there. If you need directions just leave a comment here and I’ll get back to you.


Many thanks for those who took time to come. It was a pleasure to get a chance to show the first image of the series. Following photographs © 2007 Jerry Brown.

11 Replies to “First Image From AME On Display At UPenn Design Staff/Faculty Show”

  1. Ha! ‘Sup, Tracy? Man, the NBA’d have to be hard up for an almost 35 year old first round pick. Actually, I thought the pics made me look like security 🙂 Maybe if this whole artist thing doesn’t pan out I’ll see if Secret Service is hiring…

  2. dude!!! very nice job– and you look like a an NBA first round pick in that suit… stylin’! where’s your martini?

  3. Naeem! – I knew I should have never sent you this link! Cleaner than the board of health? I’m gonna use that one and give you the credit.

  4. It’s always good to see a brother show the rewards of ALLAH, and have no fear of the citizens of the Empire. Money, you look cleaner than the board of health, i guess you can say this is your art.

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