Victoria Cassinova is a Los Angeles based visual artist. Her work is rooted in the desire to inspire, empower, and to create a lasting experience through the art of visual communication. Through various mediums, her work has contributed to social justice movements in order to spark inspiration and action within communities.
Victoria began drawing at the age of 2, evolving into the self-taught painter, illustrator, and digital graphic artist that she is today. Her work has been featured in NYC Brooklyn Museum for Basquiat’s “Unknown Notebooks”, Urban Outfitters, M.I.A. Documentary film poster titled “ Matangi Maya M.I.A.” , We Rise Exhibition, MLK Now with Ryan Coogler and Blackout for Human Rights, and more.