Lady Pink – Untitled, 2019 – acrylics on canvas, 36” x 36”
Lady Pink’s original work for this collection is graphic, bold, and nostalgic – and transfers to our garments in a look that’s both arresting and stylish. Untitled is an homage to the legacy of 1980s NYC subway graffiti tags.
Born in Ecuador and raised in New York City, Lady Pink is an institution. She started writing on trains in 1979, soon earning a reputation in the NYC graffiti subculture as the only female who actively competed with the boys. Over the years, she's focused on using art as an act of rebellion and self-expression — both on the street and in the gallery. Her graffiti work, a starring role the iconic 1982 motion picture "Wild Style,” and other significant contributions have made Pink a cult figure whose story is deeply woven into the fabric of New York City.