Graffiti Frida WH

Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo Calderon was one of the best-known Mexican artists for her uncompromising and brightly coloured self-portraits, portraits, and works inspired by Mexican artefacts. Despite being disabled by polio as a child, she was a promising student headed for medical school until she got injured in a bus accident at the age of 18. She returned to her childhood love for art during her recovery. Many books and movies in the years following her death were inspired by her debilitating injury, her turbulent marriage to Diego Riviera, and her sensational love affairs.

This is a collage of Frida Kahlo graffiti from various countries. It is available in a black or white background and is a limited edition of 10, signed by the artist.


Doreen Pfeiffer


Full colour digital print on 230g cotton paper


65 x 70 cm

Limited edition