Produced in his signature style, KaCeyKal! depicts two figures longing for one another’s touch, an emotion felt heavily by many in recent times. Like in a majority of his work, this mural is inspired by black women and celebrating their feminine body shape, ones that he believes mainstream media sees as unconventional. He uses his platform as an artist to shine a light on his beliefs with a vulnerability that allows you to connect to the artist behind the work.
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