Trap Bob AKA Tenbeete Solomon is a visual artist, illustrator, and animator based in the metro area of DC, and she’s taking over A Creative DC: Brookland during February, March, and April of 2019.

On Saturday, March 2, Trap Bob created, curated, and showed "Girls in Power," a series of portraits celebrating and highlighting powerful women of color across industries, and in collaboration with GIRLAAA.

Up next? RSVP here for HANDS ON, Saturday, March 23, 5PM - 8PM at A Creative DC: Brookland. The installation celebrates the strength and versatility of women.

A Creative DC Brookland is located at 716 Monroe Street NE, Studio #8. It is located just off the Brookland/CUA stop on the Red Line.

Follow along: | @trapxbob | GIRLAAA

Since 2015, A Creative DC has promoted emerging, established, and diverse DC content & perspectives across new media, showcasing and acknowledging the city’s creative community and local creative economy to an online audience of ~100k. A Creative DC: Brookland is an IRL extension of the project, and is a space for ideas + projects that we think are GREAT. We're thrilled and proud to host Trap Bob in the space.

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Tenbeete Solomon is a visual artist, illustrator, and animator based in the metro area of DC. She is known for her use of bold colors and gestures to convey both the humor and struggles of everyday life. Her work is socially conscious and frequently inspired by activism and community issues, with an aim to bridge the gap between her audience and her message.

As the founder of Trap Bob World, LLC, a freelance design and product company, Tenbeete has worked with leading corporations, brands, and organizations including: Giphy, the Women's March, Broccoli City Music Festival, and Trillectro Music Festival.

Since beginning her role as Creative Director with women-centric creative collective, GIRLAAA, Tenbeete leads execution of all art design and exhibitions for events, promotional materials and other collaborations.