Every neighborhood had a ‘peanut’. Peanut was the youngest #kid in the group who didn’t say much but observed everything. Peanut was the quiet watcher. I remember the culture of playing outside & the #tribes we made. It was an unspoken rule that peanut was everyones responsibility. Peanut was the personification of compassion in the crew. I remember the sounds of the beads in her hair & the faint smell of #bubblegum. This series highlights the icons of this era. Thank you Peanut
A statement in any room. These matte, museum-quality posters are printed on durable, archival paper.
16 x 16″, unframed. Will arrive in mailing tube, allow up to 7 days for shipment.