It’s Mancho is a Colombian artist born in Bogotá in 1989. She studied graphic design and moved to Madrid (Spain) in 2016. There she became intensely interested in illustration. At first she was afraid that she would find her own style with which she could identify and express herself as an artist. However, she understood that this is a process that evolves over time. For this reason, It’s Mancho began to search for her “graphic style” with which she could identify more and more. Her inspiration comes from her emotions and experiences at the moment of illustrating. Some of her works reflect migration, feminist social statements, her love of cats and concern for nature.
Starting in 2017, It’s Mancho began to delve deeper into street art, using spray cans as her main tool. She always creates her designs in digital format and then transfers them to the wall. She enjoys taking her designs to the streets where everyone can see them. Making her images available to the public on the street is her favorite part of the process and the reason she is part of the street art scene.
Over time she had the opportunity to take part in various urban art festivals and paint on walls or windows. During her travels, the artist always tries to leave a mark everywhere, be it through a mural, a stencil or stickers on the street.
Today, she not only dedicates herself to street art, but also works on artworks on canvas, clothing, screen prints on fabric and paper, and printed digital illustrations.