“My work is very abstract, for me, the shapes have many very personal motives. They have always followed me. Looking back at childhood drawings I drew the same shapes, I call them friends.”Read More
The more people that engage with intersectional feminism means that more important discussions are heard, where the voices of those who have experienced and still experience oppression can be uplifted and celebrated, particularly the voices of people of color, trans, non-binary, and queer people.Read More
I like the simplicity of the pencil, it is honest in a way.Read More
My big, big enemy is the bright color combination of red + blue + yellow + green. I don’t know why – but I just don’t like it, when I color my illustrations “too colorful”.
“Art is so subjective, meaning something that one person loves also has the potential be something that someone, somewhere absolutely hates.”Read More