This is a commemorative print of the Rescue Project "The Monster" concept. This will become a three dimensional shadow cast piece to raise awareness about modern day slavery. 25% of the artist's profit from these prints will be donated to the Red Thread Movement. Visit http://www.redthreadmovement.org
Armando Heredia was born in Monahans, Texas in 1972. He spent much of his early childhood living abroad due to his fatherís employment on offshore oil rigs. His mother was murdered in 1975 in Tehran, Iran by his father, who was imprisoned there by the Iranian government. Armando and his orphaned siblings returned to America where they lived with family.
Armando was later adopted by the Heredia family and ran away from home. He became a ward of the state and was in a foster home for a short time before being taken in by his grandparents.
Armando graduated high school in 1990 and began working in the creative field after a short foray into art school in Phoenix, AZ . He is the married father of three boys. He is a full time student at...
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