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Divine Feminine Graffiti Energy From The Bronx

Divine Feminine Graffiti Energy From The Bronx

Graffiti Women from the BX in the BSA house for Women’s History Month, which is really every month as far as we’re concerned. Artist @lovenotes got together this wall for three other strong female creators @kaylovebx, @mrrs.bx, and @erotica67 – to represent nature, strength, and the beauty of the Boogie Down Bronx.

Love Notes (photo © Jaime Rojo)

“The street art scene and the mural scene are abundant in NYC but I felt it was important to highlight amazing Graffiti Women from the Bronx who I’ve always admired and respected,” says Love Notes, “and who were in the streets painting cute street art years before its current aesthetic popularity.”

Painted on this wall for The Alleyry, a collective of artists for artists in Manhattan’s Freeman Alley, Love Notes says she’s keeping focus on the Bronx babes, the women who “have held it down in the male-dominated world of graffiti with their sick styles abd characters – keeping graff in the Bronx alive and reminding everyone Girls Can Get Down Too!”

Kay Love BX (photo © Jaime Rojo)
MRRS BX (photo © Jaime Rojo)
Erotica 67 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
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