Continuing our new releases in the Juxtapoz Print Shop, today we are excited to announce the release of Irish-born, London-based painter/muralist Conor Harrington's The Blind Patriot print, featuring an aerial photo taken of the mural in downtown Miami. The giclee print is available only through November 6 2020 at, with an A3 size made exclusively for Juxtapoz. Like our releases in late September, proceeds to benefit the Museum of African Diaspora in San Francisco.Buy it here

Conor For Web
Painted during our ambitious Juxtapoz Clubhouse project in downtown Miami in 2017, 3x Juxtapoz cover artist and London-based painter Conor Harrington created this massive mural in response to the evolving movement and language around the American flag that coincided with Trump's first year in office. At the time, Colin Kaepernick was being chastised for kneeling during the national anthem, and the America's relationship to patriotism and free speech was at a tenuous moment. This print, a special aerial view photograph of Conor Harrington's Blind Patriot mural in downtown Miami, with the cityspace look south behind it, feels like an extra poignant backdrop to this year's election. The mural speaks of a complicated past, present and future, and as we enter and leave the 2020 election cycle, this work feels as vibrant and essential as ever. 

This giclee print is unsigned, 16.5" x 9.3", available ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY at from October 30—November 6, 2020. Proceeds to benefit the Museum of African Diaspora in San Francisco. 

Conor In Situ

Conor Harrington
The Blind Patriot print
Unsigned, giclee, 16.5" x 9.3"

Photograph in Miami by Paula Kelley

Thank you to Stanley Sudol for all his work on this project.