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Lady Pink born Sandra Fabara (1964), is an Ecuadorian-American graffiti and mural artist. She has focused her career on empowering women, using graffiti and murals as acts of rebellion and self-expression. As Lady Pink says, "It's not just a boys club. We have a sisterhood thing going."[1] She was nicknamed the "first lady of graffiti" because she was one of the first women active in the early 1980s New York City subway graffiti subculture.[2]

In 1980, she created the all-female graffiti crew Ladies of the Arts (LOTA).[3] Within a few years, Lady Pink began running with the graffiti crews TC5 (The Cool 5) and TPA (The Public Animals). From 1979 to 1985, Lady Pink painted New York City Subway trains.[4] She took a short hiatus in 1987 from painting outdoors. [5] Then in 1993 to 1997 she worked on freight trains with her husband, Smith

Born Sandra Fabara
1964 (age 54–55)
Ambato, Ecuador
Residence New York City, New York, U.S.
Known for painter, muralist, graffiti writer
Website http://www.ladypinknyc.com/