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AfroLatino Festival, here I come!

This July 7 and 8 I will be at AfroLatino Festival in several different capacities:

July 7 I will be paneling on Womens Entrepeneurship, exhibiting art and at the Awards Ceremony.  Then the 8th I will be vending my art and wares earlier in the day,  and later on I will be  Co-Hosting the Music Concert, featuring Amara La Negra, Milly Quezada, DJ Bembona, Allison Hinds and so many more.

Just more confirmation it’s gonna be lit as fuck!

Hit up AfroLatinoFestNYC.com for details.

Summer is gonna be lit!

Summer is coming and I am gearing up to participate in awesome events while we look cute.

I have events in NYC in May and June, and you can see details here as I update em.

July 7 & 8 I will be Paneling, Exhibiting Art and Vending at the Afrolatino Festival in NYC, along with some other awesome things I am doing there, to be announced a bit later.  Donate to the kickstarter and buy tickets here.

 

 

Then July 9 I will be at The Scarlet Event, exhibiting Art and Paneling. Tickets are limited and can be copped at Mpfrias.com/shop.

 

Looking forward to it and to seeing yall there.

 

 

 

 

Yay! My new iphone sticker set for StickerBaby will be available soon.

I’m super excited! Here’s a preview of some of my iphone sticker set for Stickerbaby. Check out the app here and support my art at patreon.com/bad_dominicana.

 

Had a Blast in NYC.

Pleased to say my literary reading and Q&A session at KGB bar went amazing as did the Odiosas Art show the next day.  Super grateful to everyone who came out to support me. You make life worth living. *cries*

These are the pieces I debuted at the You ruined me/You made me better art exhibition. They are available on prints and canvases at shopzahirakelly.com.

You can book me for art shows, talks, readings, panels, workshops, events, promo and more at booking@zahira.co.

Support my art at patreon.com/bad_dominicana.

 

Cognitive Dissonance Rules This Nation Or Something.

A visual depiction of the people in my mentions and on the street. It’s so repetitive I had to do it.

Support my work at Patreon.com/bad_dominicana

You can now own your own hard cover collection of my Baina Colonial comic.

shopzahirakelly.com

You can now own the bilingual collection of the first year of my Baina Colonial comic, which focuses on Afrolatinas experiences and invisibility in LatinAmerican media. Available for purchase at shopzahirakelly.com. See more about Baina Colonial at Zahira.co/Bainacolonial.

Ahora puedes obtener la coleccion bilingue de el primer año de la serie de  mis caricaturas Baina Colonial, la cual se enfoca en las experiencias de Afrolatinas y su invisibilizacion en los medios LatinoAmericanos. Disponsible en venta en shopzahirakelly.com. Puede ver mas sobre Baina Colonial en Zahira.co/Bainacolonial.

Hard cover, 6×6″, Full color, Stitch bound.

Join me for a Reading at KGB Bar NYC the nite of Valentines!

See event details here or click through the graphic above.

This February 14 I have been invited to do a reading at KGB bar along with other advice columnists. The topic is decolonizing love and you can send us questions beforehand for a Q & A session at the link above.

Yay! My artwork will be showing in NYC this Feb 15, 2017

I will be in Brooklyn, NYC at this art show debuting new work that is a bit different from what I usually do in that I used live models. Excited to share it with you! Many thanks to Las Odiosas for putting this together and including me.  This flyer may look familiar. *glances at my website header*

You can support my art at patreon.com/bad_dominicana and shop for my art prints, tees and more at shopzahirakelly.com.

 

virgen negra.

my latest piece, obviously inspired by long-adored latinamerican images of la virgen. blackwashed and a tad hood, of course. its available on prints, tees, phone cases and more at shopzahirakelly.com.

support my art at patreon.com/bad_dominicana

On today and the *other* side of the ACA Obamacare debacle.

After tons of fucking arguments with people who don’t get that I can’t fear losing what I never had, I just put it in comic form. You can “not all people of color were left in the dust” about this but the fact remains, the ACA left the most vulnerable uninsured too. 

 

 

Support my art at patreon.com/bad_dominicana.

 

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