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 This month’s cover is called “Sisterhood”. It’s inspired by Black women and their strength and perseverance, which is pushing forward change in the Black Lives Matter movement. It looks toward a more hopeful future, where our solidarity will be our strength.

I’m a Nigerian-Irish designer and illustrator from Dublin, specialising in shaping and creating brands people want to obsess over. I believe each project has the potential to add colour and imagination to the world and I work on a variety of projects, from posters and illustration for creatives to conceptual branding for small businesses.

In my spare time I run a female collective called GXRLCODE (@gxrlcode) with DJ Mona-Lxsa, a platform to support women in the creative industry. I also have a streetwear label, KTSCH, which is relaunching next month with its SS20 collection. You can follow me on Instagram @enemaku to keep up with my escapades in real time, or visit enemaku.com to see more of my work.

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Grace Enemaku: Grace Enemaku is an illustrator from Dublin. She also runs a female collective called GXRLCODE (@gxrlcode) with DJ Mona-Lxsa, a platform to support women in the creative industry. You can follow her on Instagram @enemaku.

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