Brunna Mancus’s bold and feminine portraits are all the inspiration we need. The Sao Paulo based illustrator, graphic designer, and visual artist, Brunna Mancuso describes herself as “a compulsive maker and creative person.”
This compulsiveness came through the #100daysproject, where during the course of three months Mancuso painted portraits of women. But even after the project came to an end Mancuso continues to focus on powerful women, that stare right at you through the screen.
Her bold and colorful pieces, made by using mostly watercolor, were published in Argentina, Spain, and Italy.
Take a look.