Mona began developing her signature style -- vivid colors and intricate, captivating shapes -- as a young girl, where she would fill her school notebooks and the walls of her room with the bold colors and line patterns that distinguish her work. Now, she carefully crafts designs that infuse organic, tribal elements inspired by her childhood in Ecuador with vibrant influences from urban landscapes.
Mona’s work flows to a different beat -- she launches into her creative process by blasting her favorite songs and drawing until a unique pattern comes to life. This intuitive approach, combined with a rigorous design training and career in Boston, New York and Barcelona, has given her the experience to do what she loves most: Monasita moves you -- so you can move the world!
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