Fandangoe Kid has been plastering the streets of London with her bold and moving statements on mental health, gender constructs, grief and love.
She trained at LCC Art School as a graphic artist, but a personal tragedy led her work to take a direction addressing difficult and sensitive subject matters.
The artist lost almost all of her family in 2011, which greatly impacted her work.
‘I experienced an enormous tragic loss of family which totally derailed me for a number of years,’ Fandangoe Kid tells Metro.co.uk. ‘It’s really difficult to go through raw trauma and to turn that into something cohesive… Read the full story