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Religious icons with an Afro-Brazilian twist by Stephan Doitschinoff

What happens when you mix religious iconography with Afro-Brazilian folk art, pagan symbols, and street art? Stephan Doitschinoff happens. His colorful acrylic paintings are brilliant: all skulls and symbols and rainbows. And don’t forget to keep an eye out for his street art being produced by his alias, Calma.

Religious icons with an Afro-Brazilian twist by Stephan Doitschinoff

What happens when you mix religious iconography with Afro-Brazilian folk art, pagan symbols, and street art? Stephan Doitschinoff happens. His colorful acrylic paintings are brilliant: all skulls and symbols and rainbows. And don’t forget to keep an eye out for his street art being produced by his alias, Calma.

Religious icons with an Afro-Brazilian twist by Stephan Doitschinoff

What happens when you mix religious iconography with Afro-Brazilian folk art, pagan symbols, and street art? Stephan Doitschinoff happens. His colorful acrylic paintings are brilliant: all skulls and symbols and rainbows. And don’t forget to keep an eye out for his street art being produced by his alias, Calma.

giclee: Our Lady of the Sign, Mother Son art, Mother Child art, Mary Jesus Child, Christian art, Poster Woman Wall Decor, 8x12+

The Mexican Madonna primitive religious folk art archival giclée print by Pennsylvania folk artist Rose Walton