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These comix were sent to the Real Cost of Prisons Project by women and men who are incarcerated. Additional comix will be added.

We encourage you to contact the artist directly if you like and/or want to use his work.

To submit political and analytical comix and cartoons, please send original material or high-quality xeroxes to The Real Cost of Prisons Project. All original work will be returned after it is scanned. There is no payment available for posting comix and cartoons.

Please send the contact information for the artist.

For more information, contact lois@realcostofprisons.org or mail to:

Real Cost of Prisons Project
5 Warfield Place
Northampton, MA 01060

Jacob Barrett

Marcus A. Bedford, Jr.

Michael Brodsky

Adrian English

Ana Lucia Gelabert

Richard G. Hall, Jr.

James Hough

Carnell Hunnicutt, Sr.

Steven Parkhurst

Hyung-Rae

Willie Worley, Jr

Art on Other Web Sites

Everyday Life in Incarceration Nation

http://narrative.ly/stories/everyday-life-in-incarceration-nation

The Prison Arts Coalition

The Prison Arts Coalition (PAC) is an independent space providing information and resources for people creating art in and around the American prison system.

http://theprisonartscoalition.com/

Prison Photography

An excellent compilation of prison photography of many photographers, as well as links to photography blogs, prison art and literature and more.

http://prisonphotography.org/tag/danny-lyon/

Kevin "Rashid" Johnson

Gallery of freely usable images by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson, Minister of Defense, New Afrikan Black Panther Party-Prison Chapter.

http://rashidmod.com/?page_id=86

Ray Masterson

Ray Masterson is a nationally renowned, self-taught artist who found inspiration in a pair of socks while in prison. During the first year of his 15 year sentence for drug-related offenses, Ray was angry at the world. With nowhere to turn for help, he ultimately looked up and prayed to God for "all the wrong things." The answer to that prayer came in a moment of inspired clarity - Ray traded some cigarettes for a pair of socks, secured a sewing needle from a prison guard and started stitching his way to redemption.

http://www.raymaterson.com/

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