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Oluwatoyin Salau - Limited Edition of 35


Oluwatoyin Salau - Limited Edition of 35 Artwork

ragni agarwal

United States

New Media, Vector on Aluminium

Size: 16 W x 16 H x 1 D in

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About The Artwork

Digital Illustration on Metal (aluminum print) I wanted to celebrate the life of beautiful Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salau, who was at the front lines of the fight for justice and equality, with this art. This brave 19 year old activist stood up for Black Lives Matter in Tallahassee and wrote passionately about race, police and other social issues. She believes all black lives mattered and centered queer and trans black lives in her fight for justice. She had the courage to share on social media that she was sexually assaulted then went missing that same day and her body was found days later.⁣ ⁣ I don’t know Toyin but that doesn’t matter. She was only 19, barely an adult. We can not tolerate this. Toyin was a warrior and her life matters and needs to be celebrated! ⁣ ⁣ A portion of the net profit from this piece will go to Black Lives Matter. May she rest in power

Details & Dimensions

New Media Print:Vector on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:35

Size:16 W x 16 H x 1 D in

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Born out of necessity, art is my compass through the unpredictable landscape of my mind.  Mental health, body (dis)illusions and self destructive thoughts and behaviours are the focus of my work.  I create bold, beautiful images that are reflective of the dark and the light inside each of us. ⁣ When the mind is in a state where it can only see darkness, the world feeling muted, the body feeling heavy, you have to confront color before you can perceive it.  Vibrant colors reflect hopefulness.  ⁣ I do not believe in societal pressures or definitions of beauty, and through my work I am a part of the counterculture redressing this issue.  I draw women in all their beautiful forms, shapes, sizes and colors.  They are the epitome of creativity.  I am woman and this is my journey.⁣ ⁣ ???:⁣ Ragni Agarwal is an art director, graphic designer, and illustrator in Los Angeles. Currently she is VP of Design at a tech startup and a freelance graphic design and branding contributor at various fashion and lifestyle companies. ⁣ Driven by a pop art aesthetic and bold colors, the underlying theme in her work is inclusion and the celebration of of all types of beauty. 'Being a creative isn’t an option for me. It is a necessity. It is my therapy.'

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