Adobe Celebrates International Women’s Day with These 16 Artists
In celebration of International Women’s Day today, Adobe is featuring 16 global female artists who embody the spirit of the holiday by uplifting and empowering women with their work.
Representing diverse backgrounds from all over the world, these women share one thing in common: their dedication to supporting women and sharing their stories through art. Some of these incredible artists include:
- Paola Mathé, a photographer, creative director, and founder of Fanm Djanm, a headwrap retailer that helps women live as their most authentic selves.
- Danielle Villasana, a photojournalist covering human rights, women, identity, and health in Latin America.
- Sheila Pree Bright, a photographer, artist, and contributor to Everyday Black America focused on the unheard stories of movements like Black Lives Matter and #MeToo.
- Amber McCulloch, a plus size model and fashion blogger, and Anna O’Brien, a lifestyle and fashion creator, who are dedicated to fighting for a more body-positive world.
According to Adobe:
“This International Women’s Day, discover the work of 16 global artists who embody the spirit of the holiday by uplifting and empowering women. Representing diverse backgrounds from all over the world, these women share one thing in common: their dedication to supporting women and sharing their stories through art. We are thrilled to share their work. And this day is about them, so without further ado, let’s meet the artists.”
Below are some images created by the featured artists. All images are displayed with the permission of Adobe. Do not copy or modify without consent.
Amber McCulloch & Anna O’Brien
Sheila Pree Bright
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