There’s no better time to invite the world to play.

The Larkin Art Shop exists to spread the spirit of Black Joy through play and art. From prints to books, children’s literature and original handmade artifacts. Designed by Shabazz Larkin and Ashley Larkin in Nashville Tennessee, Larkin Art & Company’s vision is to build and celebrate the bridges to vibrant cultures of Black, Indigenous and People of Color. (BIPOC)

Featured Prints

  • "Big Bad Axe" by Shabazz Larkin
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    $40.00
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    $40.00
  • Homecoming, 2020
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    $55.00
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    $55.00
  • Embrace, 2020
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    $50.00
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    $50.00
  • "Elephant In My Head" by Shabazz Larkin
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    $45.00
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    $45.00
  • "Kind of Blue with Miles Davis" 2020
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    $50.00
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    $50.00
  • Impenetrable Vibe, 2020
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    $50.00
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    $50.00
  • Transendent, 2020
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    $50.00
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    $50.00
  • "Walk In Poppa's Hat" By Shabazz Larkin
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    $45.00
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    $45.00
  • "Impervious" by Shabazz Larkin
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    $40.00
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    $40.00
The Thing About Bees by Shabazz Larkin

The Thing About Bees: A Love Letter by Shabazz Larkin

Get it on Bookshop.org

Original Paintings

  • Imperfect Father - Original Painting
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    $20,000.00
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    $20,000.00
  • Royal Self Portrait - Original Painting
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    $10,000.00
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    $10,000.00
  • Josephine - Original Painting
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    $8,000.00
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    $8,000.00
  • Illusive Father - Original Painting
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    $10,000.00
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    $10,000.00
  • “The Loot” by Shabazz Larkin
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    $31.00
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    $31.00
  • We Are Not The Looters.
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    $40.00
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    $40.00

About Shabazz Larkin

More About Shabazz

#GodSpeaksProject

In a world where God is typically a point of division - The God Speaks Project has found a way to unite people under a simple idea that God has something to say about our lives. From social justice to pop-culture  - God Speaks.

This series of notes derive from conversations with a variety people (both religious and non-religious alike) about their experience of hearing from what they consider God. This collection questions the fabric of faith, religion, culture, politics, and social justice. 

See more here.