January continues with an interview with Brooklyn-based graphic designer and illustrator Brittany Holloway-Brown.
Brittany’s vibrant watercolor works have been seen across the web on sites like StyleBlazer, BuzzFeed, and many more. We talked about how the Internet has helped her gain a larger platform, the motivations behind her pieces, and her “Dark Girls” series that explores the representation of dark-skinned women in the beauty industry.
- Brittany Holloway-Brown’s Website
- Brittany Holloway-Brown on Instagram
- Brittany Holloway-Brown on Tumblr
- Brittany Holloway-Brown on Twitter
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