Art By Brix3: Inspiring Acceptance Through Art

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  • Instagram: @artbybrix3
  • Twitter: @xEnoughSaidx
  • Website: xenoughsaidx.com

Art By Brix3 exemplifies the authenticity and talent of artist Brianna Hernandez. Her smoking collection is as empowering as it is celebratory. From rolling trays that depict the love between two women as friends and lovers to a woman pleasuring herself; grinders depicting everything from the late Frida Kahlo to the trendsetting rap queen Lil’ Kim; and lighters, depicting powerful messages like “Let toxic people go” within one of her original drawings — this is an artist and a collection we cannot get enough of.

Hernandez’s talents do not stop at this collection. There are plenty more designs, printed on everything from bathing suits to phone cases, rugs, blankets, clothing and jewelry. A multifaceted artist, Hernandez is always producing new work that promotes love for — and of — women and femmes of all shapes, colors, sizes.


Rolling Tray: $18 | Grinder: $24 | Lighter Stickers: $2.50 each


 

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