Born in rural Manitoba, visual artist Nikki Küntzle (she/they) moved to Montreal in 2014
and was drawn to its thriving urban art scene. Her visual style combines flat imagery,
vibrant graphic renderings and the bright colours of street art and pop culture. Known
for her dynamic, saturated palettes, her work is an expression of life, energy and
movement, with a dash of surrealism. She aims to create accessible and inclusive art,
infused with the themes most important to her - feminism, queerness, identity, inclusion,
and mental health.