CAPTURED

People in prison drawing people who should be

For over a year, we asked people in prison to paint or draw people we felt should be in prison–the CEOs of companies destroying our environment, economy, and society.

Here are the results. Click on the images to see the crimes committed by both the companies and the artists.

We present this project to help expose crimes masquerading as commerce.

CEO of Walmart

by Charles Lytle, prison ID #16684648

ballpoint pen and pencil on paper

Former CEO of Dupont

by Jaime Vidales, prison ID #K96986

#2 pencil on Strathmore Bristol 300 series paper

Chairman of Archer Daniels Midland (ADM)

by Billy Bush, prison ID #H-85182

pencil on paper

Former CEO of McDonalds

by Alex Carrillo, prison ID #J-69100

pencil on paper

CEO of Tyson Foods

by Benny Joe Palomo, prison ID #1491804

colored pencil on paper

CEO of Pfizer

by Joseph Sharrow, prison ID #D-3-102

#2 pencil on 100lb Bristol board

CEO & VP of Koch Industries

by Joseph Acker, prison ID #15967538

soft oil pastels on 100lb paper

CEO of Duke Energy

by John Vercusky, prison ID #55341-066

colored pencil on bristol paper

CEO & Chairman of Goldman Sachs

by Ryan Gragg, prison ID #1651297

pencil on board

Former President of FIFA

by Lewis Walters, prison ID #38699-007

oil on board

Former CEO of Credit Suisse

by Jerry Lee Jenkins, prison ID #03339-087

oil on canvas

CEO of Royal Dutch Shell

by Mitchell Hand, prison ID #054005

acrylic on paper

CEO of The Coca-Cola Company

by Anthony Miera, prison ID #J-21779

pencil on paper

CEO of Cargill

by Danny Gutierrez, prison ID #H99604

pencil, watercolor/colored pencil on paper

CEO of JP Morgan

by Jose Fregoso, prison ID #AB-2966

pencil on paper

Former CEO of BP Oil

by Benjamin Gonzalez Sr., prison ID #17554404

black bic pen on 100lb vellum paper

CEO of General Motors

by Leslie Robinson, prison ID #143219

pencil on paper

CEO of Bank of America

by Kim VanPelt, prison ID #Z-737/I-26

pencil on paper

Group Chief Executive of HSBC

by Mario “A.B.” Beltran, prison ID #437846

Prismacolor Premiere color pencils and Prismacolor Art Sticks on Canson XL 140lb paper

CEO of Citigroup

by Garrett Rushing, prison ID #10706-091

oil on canvas

CEO of ConocoPhillips

by Michael Coen, prison ID #T-16505

pencil and charcoal on paper

Chairman of The Nestle Group

by Charles Listo Vera, prison ID #Ai-6401

pencil on paper

CEO of ExxonMobil

by Brandon Meyer, prison ID #11032-030

pencil, blending stones, and 100lb Bristol paper

CEO of Pepsico

by John Vercusky, prison ID #55341-066

colored pencil on bristol paper

CEO of Wells Fargo

by Jose Velasquez, prison ID #83465-180

pencil on paper

CEO of Monsanto

by Walter Lego, prison ID #T00705

#2 pencil on 96lb Bristol board

CEO of Chevron

by Daniel Raines, prison ID #10662419

oil pastels & colored pencil mixed on 100lb

CEO of JPay

by Thong Vanh Louangrath, prison ID #15643291

bic pen on 100lb paper

Former CEO of Darden Restaurants

by Mark Crawford, prison ID #76603-079

oil on board

Scroll to see the crimes

Materials: pencil, blending stones, and 100lb Bristol paper.

CEO of ExxonMobil

Rex W. Tillerson

Oversees a company engaged in:

  • Corporate welfare abuse

    Over the past decade, accepted millions of dollars in tax exemptions for its Baton Rouge plants while creating only 95 permanent jobs, racking up record profits on the backs of taxpayers

  • Fraud

    Extracted vast quantities of oil and natural gas from states, either without permission or without paying royalties, defrauding state and federal governments out of millions

  • Theft

    For over 12 years, overcharged service station owners across the country for gasoline. Forced to pay back $500 million plus interest after losing a Supreme Court case

  • Poisoning

    For decades, Exxon Mobil has spilled PCBs, gasoline additives, petroleum, crude oil and other toxic substances into the world’s air, rivers and coasts

  • Concealing evidence

    Knew there was a link between fossil fuels and global warming, yet led the fight against any action on climate change and funded groups to undermine confidence in climate science

  • Public Endangerment

    Long history of fighting against stricter controls on additives which have been linked to reproductive hazards, autism, and breast cancer

Captured by

Brandon Meyer (Prison ID #11032-030)

Serving 10 years for:

  • Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime

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