MMVCE by Mafalda Vasconcelos
Mafalda Vasconcelos uses art as a way of exploring her biracial identity and the different cultural influences in her life. Born in South Africa and growing up in Mozambique, there is an evidence of African influence through Mafalda’s visual work. The artist is of mixed ethnicity, from interracial parent's which has given her a different perspective of the issue. Her work is about contrast and opposition, black and white, vibrant colours and how these two create an even more beautiful outcome together. Her work is about ancestry and it is dedicated to her mother and the women who raised her in Mozambique.
Clients include: Revolve Clothing, ASAP Mob, Sony Music Australia, Song of Style, Local Eclectic, NA-KD, Scotch & Soda, and others...
Mafalda likes to explore different mediums in art but her theme is always portraits of women. Her favourite mediums are digital art, oil, acrylic and collage. She believes that only by experimenting we can truly develop a style and express ourselves. Follow her journey on Instagram