Telling stories of everyday life in the Dominican Republic

Episode 45:
Telling stories of everyday life in the Dominican Republic

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This is an episode for illustrators, storytellers and people that love Humans of New York.

Dec 01, 2022

Aimée Mazara calls herself a Visual Journalist. 

Based in the Dominican Republic, her illustrations take on a dynamic watercolor-esque quality—you can feel the movement of the streets; the markets. 

Focusing on everyday life scenes, Aimée tends to start conversations with locals for inspiration. Her art has even been a method for fundraising for a neighbor in need.

It was so much fun to hear about her process, her inspiration and hilariously—how she used PowerPoint to present the context of the “faceless doll” from the Dominican Republic to a client. 

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Telling stories of everyday life in the Dominican Republic