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YZ Yseult “Empress” Brings More Strong Female Images to the Street

It’s good to see YZ Seult continuing her portraiture of women of African heritage and to see such strong female warrior images being put out on the street for the “Graffeterie Festival” in Uzerche, France. Currently living on the Ivory Coast in West Africa, she calls the series “Empress”, presumably from her ongoing studies of […]

YZ and Her “Amazone” Women Warriors on Senegalese Walls

According to historical accounts of the First Franco-Dahomean War, in the 1890s it was the highly trained military women who were chopping off the heads of the French.  Sometimes while they slept. French Street Artist YZ Yseult has begun her own campaign to pay tribute to the fierce female fighters of the 19th Century West […]