NO.03 by Ana Collectives at White Label Project
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By Mozambican-Dutch visual artist ANA Collectives.

ANA Collectives is committed to diversity and equality and centred around self-love and women empowerment. Ana is a visual artist with a background in graphic design, fashion photography and film. She draws her inspiration from fashion, art, people and psychology.  

ANA Collectives work focuses on showing the beauty of black women. Strength, love, healing, and empowerment are also axis points in her art and design.

"I think diversity and equality are very important and I want to contribute to that. I want to inspire, guide and connect with love through art and my wisdom by finding love within yourself and towards others. Stand in your power and let your light shine, because you are beautiful the way you are and that may be seen! That is my mission." 

This print belongs to limited edition collection of 15 pieces.

Part of the proceeds will be put into the Lina Monica Foundation. A project where Ana wants to create a 'Safe haven' in her native country Moçambique for girls who have had children at a young age and have been in a difficult position, just like her birth mother.

S 30 cm width, 40 cm length
M 50 cm width, 70 cm length
L 70 cm width, 100 cm length

Color: Green and multicolor

Material: Alu-Dibond or Hahnemühle paper

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Meet Ana Collectives

Meet Ana - a talented visual artist with a passion for graphic design, fashion photography, and film. She finds inspiration in the beauty of fashion, art, people, and psychology.

Ana's journey began in Maputo, Mozambique, where she was born. She was adopted by her Dutch family when she was just three months old. Despite the warm welcome from her family, Ana struggled with her identity as a black woman, making it difficult for her to love herself.

She sought help through various forms of therapy but found the most healing through the creation of (digital) illustrations. Her artwork allowed her to better understand and embrace her true self, ultimately leading to a realization of self-love and personal identity. Now, Ana wants to inspire and guide others to do the same.

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