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New York Historical Society

Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children'

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Frank Morrison's work is included in the exhibit Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children's Books at the New York Historical Society.

Frank Morrison

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Painted Words, Inc
Suite 24
NEW YORK, NY 10025
United States

illustration of Black youth wearing t shirt saying
illustration of profile of black woman with afro in subway station Bipoc
illustration of Oil and spray paint imageg of young black girl standing in front of graffiti wall  Bipoc
illustration of Three black kids wearing down jackets and backpacks facing graffiti wall, urban, bipoc
illustration of Black man with beard, glasses and large hat at turntable with microphone, urban, bipoc


Frank Morrison started his journey as a graffiti artist in New Jersey, tagging walls with spray paint. It wasn’t until he visited the Louvre Museum in Paris with his dancing group, that he realized painting was his true creative path. His work has been featured at Art Basel, Scope Miami and Red Dot art fairs, and shown at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the Mason Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta, GA. He is the illustrator of over 20 children’s books, including the Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe Award winner Jazzy Miz Mozetta and the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor books, Little Melba and her Big Trombone and Let the Children March. Frank was a Society of Illustrators’ Original Art Silver Medal Honoree two years in a row, for The Roots of Rap and R-E-S-P-E-C-T.


Figurative, Fine Art, Oil, Special Effects, Stylized


Children, Editorial, Education, Landscape, Music, People, Portrait, Youth, Ethnic, Grunge, Urban