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Tupac Nashid Chroma

2pac was renamed Tupac Amaru Shakur at the age of 1 (originally Lesane Parish Crooks) after the Incan revolutionary Tupac Amaru II. His mother chose a powerful indigenous name to remind him that he was part of a global culture and not just from a neighbourhood. It must have became a self fulfilling prophecy because Makavali was definitely revolutionary and continues to have influence on contemporary culture even after 20 years of his murder.

I was inspired by the Incan etymology of his name and used Peru's national flower (the Inca were originally located here), the flor del Inca to adorn the legend.


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