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Whimsical Black Girl is an intentional design studio that was founded in 2019 by CEO and Lead Creative Spencer L. A. Stultz. This shop was born out of the desire to materialize renditions of Blackness and Black womanhood in ways that explore the nuance of and variation within her personal experiences, Blackness and Black experiences. 

Gone are the days of the "strong Black woman" - but what lies in her absence? What stories are we telling about (and from the perspective of) the silly Black girls, the radical Black girls, the high performing Black girls, and the Whimsical Black Girls?

Spencer is a multidisciplinary artist, who was born and raised in Columbus, OH.


Spencer's creative practice with the intentions of deepening communal  interest in the relationships between Blackness, handcrafted artistry and creativity.

Media Features & interesting reads

February 2020

Art exhibition honors Black History Month, Women’s History Month through portraits

March 2019

SU Pan African Studies Grad Student wants Portraits in Exhibit to Create Dialogue, Social Activism

February 2020

10 Columbus Black-owned businesses you can support this holiday season

February 2019

New CFAC Exhibition to Honor Black History, Women’s History Months

Girlhood Interrupted:

The Erasure of Black Girls’ Childhood

A Study by Georgetown law's center of poverty and inequity about society's adultification of black girls

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