Bobby Seale (pictured) and Huey P. Newton were heavily inspired by the teachings of activist Malcolm X, who was assassinated in 1965. The two joined together in October 1966 to create the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, which adopted the late activist's slogan "freedom by any means necessary" as their own.
These wood prints are printed on top-quality Canadian birch plywood using sustainable, water-based inks and mounted on a 1-inch or 1.5-inch frame. The surface is heat and water resistant, and easily cleaned with a damp cloth. All wood prints are hand crafted in the Canada, and each piece's wood grain, texture, and minor imperfections make it truly unique. 4x4" Matte Varnish