For the moments when others take notice.
In the spray room - sold magazine
December 24, 2018
My Life in Yellow joined Sold Magazine in their Spray Room for a chat about how she got started, her advice column, “My Column in Yellow” and plans for what’s next. It was a fun conversation that took place during the annual Sold Magazine Holiday Party. And yes, there was Baked Ziti.
Anthony bourdain: Parts Unknown
In the final episode of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown, he explores the changing Lower East Side of New York City. The cameras capture what this area of the city is today covered in new buildings but also street art and graffiti. For a split second in the 13th minute of the show, a sticker by My Life in Yellow pops on the screen. It reads, “I want to forget.”
My street art addiction - street art council
When does what you love become an addiction? Is it possible to be addicted to street art? The Street Art Council followed My Life in Yellow around the streets of New York city to hear her perspective on Street Art and if she thinks she is addicted.
Coverage of Croydon, UK Rise Festival - Street Art News
My Life in Yellow was invited to contribute to the The Rise Festival in Croydon, UK. Here she created a mural expressing the need for everyone to show their beauty. Street Art News covered the festival and included images of the mural.
bright words: my life in yellow - Openletr
Walking through the Lower East Side, it is impossible not to notice the yellow stickers inscribed with poetry. Stuck on walls, lampposts, mailboxes and other bits of urban clutter, the slaps read like scraps from a diary. Evocative, intimate, despairing, empowering, mysterious — they invite to feel and to think. My Life in Yellow is the story behind the words.
Exclusive interview with 'my life in yellow' - Gritty vibes magazine
july 7, 2017
You may not know the mysterious artist known as “My Life in Yellow”, but if you’ve taken a casual stroll through NYC’s artsy neighborhoods such as Soho, you likely know her work. The multi faceted artist has made her mark throughout the city with her simple, yet elegant poetic statements plastered everywhere from mailboxes to streetlights. Gritty Vibes’ Terrelle Lue tracked her down, and allowed us to take a peak inside the mind behind the artwork.
her life in yellow - sold magazine
With all the colors of the rainbow, this female artist & poet only sees one shade. Our contributor Erica Stella caught up with My Life in Yellow to find out more about the woman behind those citron stickers.
resistance is female - various outlets
My Life in Yellow was invited to contribute to an Ad Take Over campaign with the group called Resistance is Female. Below are links to various news outlets who picked up the story.