Next up in our Femme Fierce Reloaded feature series is Swedish artist Amara Por Dios. Anyone familiar with London’s street art scene will be very much aware of Amara Por Dio’s work, it’s instantly striking and absorbs you as you pass, and it is no wonder why she has increasingly been given some of London’s best spots to paint – including recently the Village Underground in Shoreditch. Though more than aware of her work, we were lucky enough here at London Calling to catch Amara Por Dios at work at Femme Fierce Croydon a few weeks back (covered here), and were incredibly impressed by the effort that goes in to her meticulous works. So it was an absolute pleasure to get to see her work again at the weekend, with a piece that was just as big, just as bold and just as incredible. Amara Por Dios’s style is influenced by American art from both continents in the North and South, drawing upon the styles of the Incas and the Totem poles of the Native Americans. For Leake Street she created one of the biggest pieces of the day and certainly didn’t hold back. Absolutely love the addition of the spray cans to the hair. It was a real pleasure to watch her work again and can’t wait to see future works and we are sure you can see why this was one of the highlights of Femme Fierce Reloaded.