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JENNY LEWIS "GIRL ON GIRL" Giclee print by Sina Grace (ACLU & Planned Parenthood Benefit)

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This portrait of singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis is a play on a song that's been a staple for recent tours, "Girl on Girl."

Signed by Sina Grace
12 x 18 inches
Deckle edges
Enhance Matte GSM 192 Fine art paper

100% of the profits from this print will be donated directly to Planned Parenthood and The ACLU!

Ships rolled in a sturdy mailing container

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About Planned Parenthood:

"Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide." - See more at plannedparenthood.org

About the ACLU:

"For almost 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States." - See more at ACLU.org

About Sina Grace:

Sina Grace is the author and illustrator of the autobiographical Self-Obsessed, and Not My Bag, which recounts a story of retail hell. He acts as the artist for Shaun Steven Struble's cult hit, The Li'l Depressed Boy, and handles art chores along with co-writing the Image Comics hit series, Burn the Orphanage.

Grace has also done illustrations for all-ages readers, including Among the Ghosts, written by Amber Benson, and Penny Dora & the Wishing Box, written by Michael Stock. His previous works include the slice-of-life Books with Pictures, and the neo-noir urban fantasy, Cedric Hollows in Dial M for Magic. For a time, he acted as Editorial Director for Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint at Image Comics. To date, he's worked for Marvel Comics, IDW, Boom, Dynamite, Valiant and more. His essays have appeared on several websites, most notably Thought Catalog.

He lives in Los Angeles, where he can be found in coffee shops working on whatever the next thing may be. - SinaGrace.com