Artwork by Nyanza D.

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Body positivity gets pop-art treatment by illustrator Nyanza D.

August 2, 2017

Clearly (and awesomely) inspired by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein’s comic-influenced paintings and lithographs, visual artist Nyanza D. is turning her portraits into body positive, cheeky conversations about life as a contemporary woman for her ‘Monchi’ series. Through these expressive portraits, the London-based artist deals with themes of femininity, identity, and freedom.

Be sure to check out Nyanza’s fantastic series of women, here, and follow her on Instagram.

Club chub

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Nothing more than human

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Unravel me

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‘Summer gon take whatever body under these clothes’ 🗣🗣

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Cheeky

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How I’m trying to spend my summers (music added last minute)

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I’ll probably make an infinite series on this

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Meditation

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This is the kind of thing you do in front of the mirror

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Meditation

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Chillin like a villain

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