Family, friends and supporters came out to mingle and celebrate his vision.
In the midst of the rooftop event, I got a chance to have a one on one interview with IN-ZO. He stated that INOJI represents the “kid in us” and that although the character could be Black, it could be any color, race or gender. IN-ZO talked about plans to make INOJI universal and knocking down some of the barriers and hurdles that exist in the art world. Check out the interview below.