Pinky Weber is an award-winning muralist, professional doodler, zine queen, and dollar pizza slice enthusiast who lives in Brooklyn with her two wiener dogs named Pickle and Cannoli.
Pinky is known for her witty humor transforming ordinary objects into playful icons that reimagine everyday life. Her imagery is inspired by the interwebz, pop culture, and a fascination with uncelebrated ordinary objects. She defies the norms of street art, challenging the “boys club” mentality by making it unmistakably ‘Pinky Weber’.
Her work has been exhibited internationally, receiving awards from Communication Arts and American Illustration, among others. She has received grants from the city of New York and shout-outs from the press: including The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, NY1, The Associated Press, Ballpit Mag, and Vice.
Following Pinky’s 2017 solo show debut, ‘Pinky’s Playground,’ she launched her gift and accessory line featuring her original artwork. She’s since expanded into wholesale, and her products are featured in over 500 stores across the US and Canada.
Most recently, Lyft commissioned Pinky to take over the walls of their New York City HQ — inside and out. Other recent clients include The Standard Hotel, Clorox: Hidden Valley Ranch, The Museum of Pizza, and Hotel Chantelle. When she’s not painting her way across the country, Pinky can be found singing 90's hip hop karaoke under a disco ball.
CLIENTS: American Express, Anheuser-Busch: Bud Light, The Boston Globe, Clorox: Hidden Valley Ranch, Den of Geek, Gregorys Coffee, HBO: High Maintenance, Herb Block Foundation, Hotel Chantelle, I Feel Like Hillz, JR Cigars, Kellogg’s: Pringles, Lesser Evil, Liquidnet, Lyft, Mental Floss, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MIA Aesthetics, The Museum of Pizza, NAACP, National Geographic, Overtime, Urby, PINTRILL, Red Bull, Ryan Porter, Scholastic, Shabby Tabby, Shade Tree, The Shakespeare Theatre, SOHO20 Gallery, Spoonable Spirits, SPORTS-ISH, The Standard Hotel, Time Inc., Wabi Whiffs, Wacom, The Week, and Workman Publishing.