In Ghetto Sketches, Icart-Pierre uses a contemporary aesthetic to tell reoccurring social problems, while evoking the Neo-Concrete movement of the 1960s. through poetry and urban vernacular, he explores how words are artistically used in our world. The series also focuses on abstract forms and the use of color rather than concrete shapes. In Ghetto Sketches Icart-Pierre attempts to evoke political sentiments and a greater sense of freedom from his audience. In this bold series, Icart-Pierre addresses social issues such as the economy, classism and the struggle for power in out society.