“Harambe” – digital giclée canvas, 60″w x 40″h (152.4 x 101.6cm), 2017. Part of the “Afrika” series. One original edition available for public sale; and one available for gallery/museum request. See full image at Saatchi Art.


A name derived a Rita Marley song “Harambe (Working Together for Freedom).” Harambee is a Swahili term for communal labor.

That name was given to a gorilla that became known for being killed after a wandering child fell into Harambe’s zoo habitat.  He has since become somewhat of an internet meme.

Drawing parallels with the precocious human child’s actions leading to the death of an innocent animal in his manufactured environment.

Archival quality 10-ink printer, Breathing Color® Aqueous canvas. Full sized art is unstretched and rolled in a tube for shipping.