Hyuro creates almost exclusively in portraiture. Her tern colour palette is common among artists based in the hotter European climate, but it is her empathy that sets her apart.
She features the struggles and joys of everyday life with haunting poetry. The stillness of her work is often balanced by stop-motion technique reminiscent of Eadweard Muybridge’s photography. Though often portraying women as her subject matter, Hyuro’s work should not only be appreciated because she is a woman in the mostly male-dominated world of street art. Her body of work holds strong both technically and conceptually as she produces internationally in both the street and the studio.