Edo’s gratitude and grace shines as bright as his work. He’s appreciative of positive opportunities and the chance to tell his story. His story is one of chance, beauty, and inspiration. A story that he tells so eloquently is one in which he uses to draw back and uplift his city. Here it goes…
I’m from the Southside of Chicago. I s[ent some years in foster care as a child, which really shaped a lot of my teenage years. Once my mom eventually got clean to get [her children] back I was completely different. I was scared, mad, depressed, fearful, quiet, timid, all at the same time. Art was something that I naturally gravitated towards around that time. It was more so my subconscious at play then anything.
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