“SHE SLAPS!” featured artist: Art.Omato (Germany)

Please provide a brief description of your work.

I create black and white drawings around words and signs and sometimes add a message. All my friendly Freaks, love and peace pictures developed that way. The art.omato heads came up by stenciling my own motives. I took them for joining the great #nohatemovement from the Cologne artists.

Does being a female artist, or identifying as a female artist, influence your work, and if so, how?

Yes, l think it does. We still have to fight for equality, love and peace in any direction! Sticking on the streets is a protest and maybe a kind of self-motivation to go on and never give up… even if things around me are injustice or not flowing.

What’s the best thing about being a female artist in the sticker world?

There is nothing special female for me. It’s fun to meet other cool and nice artists. And it‘s great to recognize that many of them have the same message.

Is there anything else you’d like to share?

Keep on rocking….. Live and let live!

Special thanks to Oliver Baudach, Hatch Kingdom, Berlin, Germany, for his work to organize the SHE SLAPS! Street Art Stickers by Women Artists from Around the World traveling exhibition.