Graffiti has long been about the expression of people, places, and things that get overlooked. Graffiti artists take pride in the history of uplifting things that would otherwise go unnoticed and Royal Dog of Seoul is no different. In a recent trip to the states, he made an effort to celebrate Black womanhood. In ever mural he painted, it showed Black women and girls in Korean garb, celebrating cross-cultural inspiration. Check out his work above and via Instagram!

By Eye Candy, Pics By T. McLendon, AFROPUNK Contributor | Source: afropunk.com

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