Abigail Piña Rocha is a Chicana Illustrator based in the Bay Area, California. She creates illustrations, comics and murals and often her work has political/social commentary about Latino culture as well as the world around her. As a failing goth in recovery, she is an advocate of the death positive community and adores Morrissey.  


Arte Publico Press, East Bay Edible Magazine, Oakland Animal Services, Z2 Comics, Story Corps, Girls Who Eat Zine, Lazerzine, HEAT and CCC. 


Book & Job Gallery, Mission Cultural Center of Latino Arts SF, Sketchpad SF, Heron Arts, CCA Hubbell Street Galleries, and Classic Cars West.