Frida Kahlo Coaster by Stepha Works

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    Chola Frida, Diva Frida and Wine-o Frida are in stock in Austin. 


    Frida Kahlo Coasters by Stepha Works : Stephanie Sandoval is an artist based in Austin, Texas. Her “Show Us Your Frida” series explores what Frida Kahlo would look like if she were living in this day and age. The “Show Us Your Frida” series first appeared as a mural in September 2017 until March 2018 in downtown Austin as part of Mexic-Arte Museum‘s project, El Mero Muro.


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    Chola Frida, Diva Frida and Wine-o Frida are in stock in Austin. 


    Frida Kahlo Coasters by Stepha Works : Stephanie Sandoval is an artist based in Austin, Texas. Her “Show Us Your Frida” series explores what Frida Kahlo would look like if she were living in this day and age. The “Show Us Your Frida” series first appeared as a mural in September 2017 until March 2018 in downtown Austin as part of Mexic-Arte Museum‘s project, El Mero Muro.


    Chola Frida

    Let’s face it, Frida Kahlo was the first home-girl. Chola Frida portrays the Mexican icon as a contemporary chingona with heavy make-up.

    Diva Frida

    If Frida were alive today, she would probably know how to vogue and would want to show off her freshly manicured nails while doing it. Diva Frida imagines Frida as a starlet living today inspired by high fashion culture.

    Game Day Frida

    Inspired by game-day based on one of Austin’s favorite teams, Game-Day Frida re-imagines what the Mexican painter would look like today if she were to go tailgating and support her team.

    Goth Frida

    Frida Kahlo was most known for dressing in traditionally vibrant-colored Tehuana style dress. But, what if Frida had an affinity for all black everything in this day and age? Goth Frida re-imagines Frida Kahlo as the artsy outcast in society who prefers crosses over beads.

    Nerdy Frida

    Frida was a painter, but what if she were an academic scholar who traded her paintbrushes and canvases for pencils and study-sessions? Nerdy Frida depicts the artist as a studious academic, complete with eyeglasses to match her uni brow.

    Wine-o Frida

    It’s no secret that Frida had a rebellious side that included drinking tequila with the boys. Inspired by her wild side, Wine-o Frida explores her identity if she were a suburban house-wife, lounging around in the late afternoon with a glass of red wine.


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