Pop Art: Juliana Vido’s Illustrated Feminism

Written by on July 30, 2016

What do Destiny’s Child, Mindy Kaling and “Game of Thrones’” Lady Lyanna Mormont have in common? They’re all fierce, game-changing women — and really fun for Juliana Vido (@julianavido) to sketch.


Juliana Vido: “I mostly draw women. I’m very inspired by females. Not only the form, but in other ways, too. I am a feminist,” says the 26-year-old illustrator, who lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Growing up, Juliana was always creative, doodling and being designated the class artist. It didn’t occur to her that she could make a career out of her passion, so she studied film and fashion in university. Happily, a few years ago she discovered she could marry her love of pop culture with illustration, and now focuses her tool of choice, brightly colored pencils, on pop culture icons like Princess Leia … or Beyonce. “I love being a part of the thing that everyone’s talking about.”

Juliana Vido (2016) (@julianavido)

To see more of her illustrations, follow @julianavido on Instagram.
DJ 3xL

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