Odell Hussey March 10, , 5: For Sembi, the world is a blank canvas, offering her a chance to illustrate the stories of the oppressed - those who she says have been left out of the narrative. As one of the only female South Asian graffiti artists in Los Angeles, the road to this form of artistry wasn't an easy one. Nisha Sembi covers her face with a red bandana before spray painting her next mural photo.
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Art is her passion and writing about it is both work and pleasure. It took some time, but the time has come. Graffiti art is being increasingly taken over by women and girls are literally leaving their mark in the public sphere. Our list only scratches the surface. We are sure that we have overlooked many great and promising women who are street artists, which may be a good excuse for a new article, but these ten girls are pushing the boundaries of urban art at the moment.
Asian woman walking through streets surrounded by graffiti. Attractive, female.
In , what does the global village look like? Like a middle-aged man from Newcastle, England, who speaks with a thick British accent; who likes wearing a U. In short, the global village looks like HUSH. Emerging out of these strips and quasi-rips are the faces of Asian women who HUSH draws with their eyes tightly closed or diverted from the viewer. Their hair is submerged in blackness and the patterns of overlapping designs.
I'm not going to be one of the crass crowd and proposition you as if you were some street babe! But, I will say to you, that you are undoubtedly an incredibly sexy, beautiful, hot, shapely and cuddly angel! I would move mountains for you if you needed it done! Have loved you since I first saw you!