She also learned from her mother, attorney Kim Brown. “My mom’s got this extraordinary grit and perseverance. She identified as me yesterday to inform me there is a seller reasonable coming up in the Central West Conclusion. She’s the social butterfly, the just one who often helps make connections,” Audrey Brown suggests. “I like when she shares my stuff on Facebook.”
Potent gals, gutsy women, lovin’ St. Louis, “Hamilton” and Kawaii also lovable • Brown’s styles operate the gamut from the huge-eyed cutsey-ness of Japanese Kawaii animals and animated food items, to uncomplicated still powerful word affirmations of self-love and acceptance.
She chimes in with a sequence of “Hamilton” photographs for mega-followers, and pitch-best drawings of only-in-St. Louis phenoms. Her badass gals series reminds us the “best is but to come” as women just take their location in all locations the place choices are created. There’s likely a little something for every person in her oeuvre of intelligent imagery and text.
The private is political • Brown’s most poignant stickers come from her deeply own ordeals of safeguarding a beloved daughter with Type 1 juvenile diabetes, which is an autoimmune condition.
“There’s so considerably folks really do not comprehend about diabetic issues,” she suggests. “With every single buy, I deliver out a card with an illustration of me, Piper and our animals.”