Elana Pritchard draws Los Angeles County Jail, California.

Opener_imageby Elana Pritchard
In June 2014, I was arrested for violating a court order. I bailed out on July 3. But because I had no money and an overworked public defender, I knew I’d have to serve time for my violation.
That’s when my mentor, animator-director Ralph Bakshi, advised me to “document my experences.”
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Jailed in the women’s division of the Los Angeles County jail system for two months, I was sent first to Century Regional Detention Facility (CRDF) in Lynwood and then to Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles for my final three weeks.
Armed with nothing more than a golf pencil and whatever paper I could get my hands on, I drew the strange world into which I’d been dropped
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Continue to read via When a Cartoonist Landed in L.A. County Jail, She Drew What She Saw, Using Only a Golf Pencil | Public Spectacle | LA Weekly.

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