24 in. x 30 in.
Acrylic on Canvas, Released 2022
Inspired by Basquiat's "Equals Pi"
"White companies using Black women as 'firsts' to rebrand themselves as socially conscious."
The famed 128.54 carat yellow Tiffany diamond, known as a "Blood Diamond," was dug up from De Beers' Kimberly Mine in colonial South Africa in 1877 by poorly-paid Black labourers in horrendous, and sometimes fatal conditions; while under British colonial rule.
Who has worn the diamond?
Mary Whitehouse (1957), Audrey Hepburn (1961), Lady Gaga (2019) Beyoncé (2021 - first Black woman)
Included with Purchase
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Official CreativeBre Collector Pin
Payment Plan Info
You must agree to sign a payment contract. You may look over the contract here.
- The $500 deposit will put the painting on hold. The deposit is non refundable.
- A biweekly minimum payment of $500 will be due; giving you four weeks to pay off the painting.
- You will NOT recieve the painting until the final payment has been received.