Art is a Superpower | Quarantine + Mental Health
by Glenn Holsten
Artist and Educator Greyson “Haji P.” Davis discusses how art is his superpower, and has been his salvation during quarantine.
Greyson “Haji P.” Davis is a fervent lover of comic books, classic sitcoms, and The Muppet Show. As a professional, he works in the mental health field providing therapeutic counseling to children and families in need.
A former hip-hop artist, he’s traveled all over performing his music solo, and with popular San Francisco based collective, “Rec-League”. Currently, he is the illustrator of several children’s books, which can be found anywhere from Amazon to Barnes & Noble.
You can view some of his artwork on Instagram and more illustrations and writing on his website, Hpfangs.com. Of everything in the world, he is proudest of his daughter, whom he affectionately calls “Piggie Smalls.”
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