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Te Digo Algo - Let Me Tell You Something

Typography posters of phrases that promote strength, empowerment, and devotion to self growth.

Written & Illustrated by
Lindaluz Carrillo

Each phrase is an affirmation of strength, empowerment, and devotion to self growth. I wrote these phrases at a moment where I felt lost and confused about where I was headed in my creative journey. I had built up anxiety of what it meant to be an Afro-Peruvian woman in 2018 and needed to replenish myself and those around me with positive affirmations.

What are you looking at?

This piece is about building courage with a little bit of attitude to stand up and confront those who perceive you as less.


I created this piece in memory of all the strong women that came before us.

Forever we will be

I created this piece on indigenous people day as a celebration that we have always been here and forever will be.

We are here

We are here and will always be here. Just because you choose not to see us doesn’t mean we are not present.

Keep going

Lindaluz Carrillo is a first-generation Peruvian who was born in New York and raised in the South End of Hartford. She is an Urban Pop Artist and Graphic Designer. Her work is influenced by Peruvian textile patterns, graffiti elements, and urban cultures. Carrillo’s work tells a story about her customs, traditions and values that form conversations about our world today. Her work reflects topics like self love, growth and resilience. Mixing different mediums such as spray paint and acrylic to blend colors, shapes and patterns to give dimension and depth.
Carrillo received her BFA in Visual Communication Design through the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford, 2016. She applies graphic and graffiti design skills to her work adding an urban edge. Find more of her work through her website at