36 min

EP. 81 From Imposter Syndrome to Bringing Your Own Chair To The Table with Artist Domonique Brown Girl Behind The Hustle

    • Entrepreneurship

This week’s Girl Behind The Hustle is LA based artist, Domonique Brown of DomoINK. Domonique’s work has been featured in Issa Rae’s AirBNB, FX’s Snowfall pop-up, on Roland Martin, HomeGoods, SnoopDog, Forbes, NAACP, packaging for haircare brand Camille Rose, Bath & Body Works and so many other amazing places. Her art is a celebration of diversity rendered in color palettes ranging from minimalist to vibrant,  the medium of her illustrations is to invite viewers to engage in a debate about the accepted notions of race and representation. Domonique’s portraits have the purpose of featuring women and men of color who might not otherwise be portrayed, in the hopes others can see a representation of their culture and identity and feel empowered. Listen in as we chat about: How imposter syndrome almost stopped her from showing up The person who encouraged her to pursue art, Thank you educators Why she doesn’t plan on quitting her 9-5 anytime soon

 You can connect with Domonique on Instagram TikTok and purchase her art at DomoINK | 

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This week’s Girl Behind The Hustle is LA based artist, Domonique Brown of DomoINK. Domonique’s work has been featured in Issa Rae’s AirBNB, FX’s Snowfall pop-up, on Roland Martin, HomeGoods, SnoopDog, Forbes, NAACP, packaging for haircare brand Camille Rose, Bath & Body Works and so many other amazing places. Her art is a celebration of diversity rendered in color palettes ranging from minimalist to vibrant,  the medium of her illustrations is to invite viewers to engage in a debate about the accepted notions of race and representation. Domonique’s portraits have the purpose of featuring women and men of color who might not otherwise be portrayed, in the hopes others can see a representation of their culture and identity and feel empowered. Listen in as we chat about: How imposter syndrome almost stopped her from showing up The person who encouraged her to pursue art, Thank you educators Why she doesn’t plan on quitting her 9-5 anytime soon

 You can connect with Domonique on Instagram TikTok and purchase her art at DomoINK | 

Leave us a note or review | Subscribe to the podcast | Follow on Spotify

You can find Girl Behind The Hustle on Instagram | Facebook | Website


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/girlbehindthehustle/message

36 min