Madres Make America Great Again Compact Mirror by Yocelyn Riojas

Design By:
Yocelyn Riojas is a Latinx designer, illustrator, and resistance artist passionate about empowering her community through creating a voice for people of color. Her art depicts themes of Latinx culture, women empowerment, and issues surrounding immigration.
Compact Mirrors
Design By:
Yocelyn Riojas is a Latinx designer, illustrator, and resistance artist passionate about empowering her community through creating a voice for people of color. Her art depicts themes of Latinx culture, women empowerment, and issues surrounding immigration.

Our new compact mirrors make touchups on the go easy! Featuring both a top and bottom mirror, at 2x2" they're the perfect size to tuck away in almost any purse or pocket. Best of all, our unique printing process actually infuses the design into the sleek, durable silver outer shell to keep your mirror vibrant and sturdy for years to come! Our compact mirrors have a clasp closure, with design printed on one side and affixed with 3M adhesive.

Proceeds Support:
Proceeds support DreamCorps, a social justice accelerator founded by Van Jones that advances economic, environmental, and criminal justice solutions.

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Artist Statement

“Madre: la palabra más bella pronunciada por el ser humano.” – Khalil Gibran This illustration was created to celebrate the strong resilient women who raised us, our mothers. — Yocelyn Riojas