Sistas Of Liberty’s Indigenous Edition Is Out Now!

Sistas Of Liberty Apparel Team

Addis Boyd

Founder & CEO

Addis is the Founder & CEO of Sistas of Liberty Apparel. A Columbus, OH native, he now attends Columbia University. Addis is proud to support the empowerment of all women, especially those of color. He is hopeful that the images that Sistas Of Liberty promotes will have the potential to not only allow minorities in America to see themselves represented, but also to inspire women, no matter their background, to do whatever they set their minds to.

 

 

Gabriel Reid

Black History Month Edition Designer

Gabriel is the Lead Designer of Sistas of Liberty Apparel. Raised in Kansas City, he now attends Northeastern University. Gabriel is eager to share his art and designs to support the empowerment of women of color and gender equality in America. 

 

 

Fatima Baig

Desi Edition Designer

Fatima Baig is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator born in Pakistan. She received a bachelors in Communication Design from National College of Arts, Lahore. Currently based in Lahore, she's working as an independent graphic designer with specialization in branding and visual identities. Fatima uses illustration art as a medium of self expression. Through portraits, she expresses her appreciation of "beauty" that she sees in people and the cosmos.  

 

 

Abraham Cecilio

Boricua Edition Designer

Abraham is an illustrator and graphic designer born and raised in Puerto Rico. He holds a bachelors degree in communication technologies and also majored in graphic design while in college. Abraham exemplifies detail and care in his work.

 

 Felicity Tse

Chinese New Year Edition Designer

Felicity is a freelance Illustrator and Graphic designer from Toronto, Canada.  She graduated from York University and has since started to develop a style that explores the juxtaposition between her Chinese culture while being born and raised in North America.

 

 

Brianna Pippens

Our Country Too Edition Designer

Brianna Pippens, also known as Banana Peppers is a visual and performing artist based in Washington, DC. She is a Business Analyst contractor for the Department of Energy, but art is her true passion. She experiments with many different mediums but has always aimed to create images that speak to the beauty, nuances, and strength of black people in particular. She hopes to continue creating and developing as an artist and hopes to uplift and inspire others. 

 

Willy Gómez

Dominicana Edition Designer

Willy Gómez is a  Senior Art Director and Illustrator, based. inn the Dominican Republic, with over 16 years of experience. He graduated from the Altos de Chavón School of Design in 2003 after studying graphic design. Gómez is currently the Senior Art Director at Leo Burnett. He has also held an Art Director position and is responsible for the graphic line for TV of the Premios Casandra 2012 and Sovereign Awards in 2015.
He presented his first individual exhibition "Reality of Thought" at Casa de Teatro in 2009, and was part of the collective exhibition “Coleactivo” in 2011. Gómez's second Collective was presented in 2014 at Casa de Teatro, with the exhibition "Women in the House". He is currently a Coordinating member of the “Proyecto Artístico Transitando”  that paints murals in public spaces nationwide. Gómez has also been part of various different urban art events. In his journey as a muralist, Gómez's work is on display in his home– the Dominican Republic– as well as in Cuba, Madrid, Spain and Puerto Rico.

 

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