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I draw to celebrate diversity and challenge stereotypes. My illustrations are colorful and bold, reflecting my Southern Californian roots and my passion for social justice. I collaborate with brands and causes that share my vision of empowering people of color through art. Join me on my journey and discover the beauty of diversity with Domonique Brown.

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Nationally Known

Works on Commission

Domonique Brown, hailing from Pomona, CA, began her creative roots through drawing at a young age. Her Southern Californian upbringing laid the foundation for her work. Her passion for art led her to pursue a MBA degree, studying at six different colleges including OTIS College of Design, USC, and UCLA. Her studies allowed her to hone her skills in illustration, design, and art direction.


Brown has collaborated with several well-known brands such as Samsung, Forbes, Disney, Dr. Martens, and more. She has been interviewed by CNBC, Forbes, Fortune, and even Ryan Seacrest in support of Domonique’s mission to popularize the depiction of women and men of color in art and retail. 


She founded DomoINK, a lifestyle brand that offers art, apparel, and home decor featuring her original designs, celebrating diversity. The brand has made strides in retail by selling products in stores and online at major retailers such as Target, Walmart, Urban Outfitters, Macy’s, and more, showcasing her unique vision and voice.


Brown's work is heavily influenced by popular culture, social movements, and her personal experiences. She uses vibrant colors and bold figures to create portraits that challenge stereotypes and defy traditional representation. Her illustrations are not only visually stunning; they also carry messages of positivity, joy, and resilience. She aims to inspire and uplift her audience, particularly young people of color who may not see themselves reflected in mainstream media.


Furthermore, Brown collaborates with other artists and organizations to support causes such as education, health, and equality, which she is passionate about.


Markers and Acrylic Paint on archival museum grade paper

18 X 24 inches


Markers and Acrylic Paint on archival museum grade paper

18 X 24 inches


Markers and Acrylic Paint on archival museum grade paper

18 X 24 inches

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