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Clayton McCormick

Clayton McCormick

I’ve known since I was little that I had set myself apart from others with my imagination and artistic skills. I like finding things that challenge me and then mastering them, usually in the aspect of art. I

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Lindsay Haugen

Lindsay Haugen

When certain lines are crossed, we tend to become defined - and even define ourselves - by the worst decisions of our lives. During the first years of my incarceration, I felt as though the crime I had committed was tattooed in red across my forehead; everyone knew...

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Jonathan Adams

Jonathan Adams

My mood and feelings at the time I working comes out in every piece I do. There are people from so many different walks of life in the world. Art is truly one of the ways that people can come together and connect with.

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Ryan Hanson

Ryan Hanson

As both author and artist, Ryan’s passion is to inspire & assist all those who seek to achieve their highest potential. If you are of a similar mindset & are genuinely about taking on & solving some of the greatest issues of our time .

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Cheryl Sutton

Cheryl Sutton

I’m Razor AKA Cheryl Sutton, I am a  multi-versatile spazmarticly creative supernaturally morbid over the top skin, Walls to paper I can do it all. I love every part of art, Art is not only in my mind but runs through my veins. It is my passion! Art has always...

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Salvador Molina

Salvador Molina

Hello My name is Salvador Molina Rivera; I am a Puerto Rican 47 years old and enjoy drawing everything I got my heart and mind. I am serving 23 to life.  My way of expressing myself through artwork is the only way I feel connected with the future. I also love to draw...

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Dean Rey Salinas

Dean Rey Salinas

“I am not a bad person, I’ve made so many bad choices in life, addiction. I’ve hurt many people in my life, and now at 51 years old I’m doing a life sentence, 20-75. I have no way to give something back to someone I have hurt in my past. Apologies are not enough, art...

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Paul Thorsteinson

Paul Thorsteinson

My name is Paul Thorsteinson. I started as a street artist, but over the years I have come to specialize in wooden architecture and acrylic painting. While they are two of my favorite loves, I have a passion for all styles and mediums: writing, poetry, watercolor,...

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Stephen Reed

Stephen Reed

To my Designed Conviction family, because that’s what it’s called when we come together as one for a common goal. I would like to say “Thank you “, for this opportunity to be a part of the team as an inside contributor; it was unexpected but well received and appreciated with honors.

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Adam Baumann

Adam Baumann

I want to thank all of you for your support of Designed Conviction. Our vast prison population in the USA greatly needs organizations like this one to aid us in correcting our mindsets.

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Juan Ramirez

Juan Ramirez

I’m far from perfect (just look at where I am at) but I’m reaching out to those willing to give me that chance I was never given and hopefully return it double.

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Micah Matthews

Micah Matthews

I understand we never met before, so at this moment I’m a stranger. All I ask is to become a friend in your life and to protect you from boredom. You may be asking yourself, could he really be a friend, could I, should I, give him a chance in my life, or will he hurt...

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Jessie Milo

Jessie Milo

My motivation for drawing can vary, sometimes I draw for fun, sometimes I’m inspired and compelled to create and sometimes I draw for food, cause I still gotta eat. My favorite art medium is marker and pen on canvas or cloth. Portraits, civil rights era and political art.

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