International Urban street artist, Danae Brissonnet, recently went to Puerto Rico to paint a mural at Santurce es Ley Urban Street Art Festival. Creating imagined worlds for the viewer, her work invites a deeper consideration into the power of symbolism, myth, and metaphor. Brissonnet’s art enforces connections between her work, herself, and the public in which it engages. Most importantly, her process is about becoming involved with kids in communities where she can tell stories of peoples, their land, and their culture. Wherever Brissonnet is creating there is likely to be a kid workshop, where she can share her experience and learn from the community to develop her particular art mural for each community location. She seeks locations where art is not accessible and finds importance in working with children to empower them to paint their stories with whatever materials they have. Brissonnet’s professional work is what enables her to travel to these conflict zones and rural communities. Leaving a colourful trace, her art has a feeling of accessibility as she visually translates her story, and that of others. Brissonnet’s work exists as an imprint.