My name is Karla Rosas.
I am a Mexican-born illustrator and DACA recipient from New Orleans. Migration, sexuality, diaspora, language, and borders are regular themes in my work. I use my pieces to tell the stories about migration that I want to hear -- fantastical, angry, powerful, and sometimes petty stories.
I work primarily with digital illustration tools, but also regularly use traditional inks, markers, acrylic, and gouache. My work is a mix of Catholic imagery, sci-fi, Spanish curse words, Aztec/Mesoamerican stories, Mexicanidad, the magical city I call home, and working class women.