This image displays one flag mounted inside of a white frame. The imagery on the flag is created using a digital overlay process to place images on top of one another. In the background, covering the entire flag, is an image of a mountainscape with clouds and sky. In the center of the flag is a pink rectangle featuring nine smaller rectangles arranged in a grid. Each of these rectangles display internet-based icons. Large decorative script in black is layered over the entire image, and the words 'SEND MONEY' are repeated eighteen times in small white text on the left side of the composition. A digitally applied text bubble displays the text: 'Inmates working for companies such as AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are forced to use other phone companies with extremely high rates.'

But Let Me Tell You How This Business Began

  • Phil America
ArtistPhil America
Dimensions36 x 60 inches (91.44 cm x 152.4 cm)
MediumPrint on textile flags
CreditCourtesy of the artist

JPay MP4 players. JPay enables families to transfer money to incarcerated people but takes a percentage.