In honor of Women and their Art.

Street art and graffiti magazine

This Wednesday is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate being a 21st Century woman and to call for change in the working world,   Perfect day to post about a young female street artist you should know: JDL Street Art.

JDL street art aka Judith De Leeuw is a young  female urban artist based in Amsterdam, specialized in realistic and freehand aerosol portraits.

JDL Street Art

Let me introduce you to my friend Judith, i asked her few questions about her and her artwork:

Who are you Judith ? 

I am a 21 years old street artist,  born and raised in Amsterdam, Netherlands.  Also i am in my first year of Fine arts at Willem de Kooning academy Rotterdam. Though i am quitting by the end of the year, because i am too busy with my art and it seems i can live pretty nicely from my art already.

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2 thoughts on “JDL street art “Black and White Beauty”

  1. Very impressive artwork! Such outdoor visual artistry has taken on significant meaning and exposure to not only the message but the artists themselves and is truly a much more attractive undertaking than hideous graffiti which, while perhaps well-intended by some such artists, leaves a hideous mark on the face of building structures and is most often viewed upon as vandalism from a legal standpoint and quickly erased by removal or paint-over to restore the aesthetic value of the property so defaced.


    1. Yes, I love street art and as you may recall from some of my FB posts, I photograph street art. I’ve been doing that since the early 2000’s in Montreal, NYC and now Paris.


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