Lady Jday is a committed artist who, through her painting and her performances in Street Art, contributes to the recognition of women and their multiple talents. His colorful and lively work, with expressive features, testifies to his ability to feel and relay their emotions. Lady Jday follows in the footsteps of the Guerilla Girls, which promote the place of women and people of color in the arts as well as Street-Art artists. Young French artist, Lady Jday has already been exhibited several times in Paris, Los Angeles, New York, she has participated in international performances of Street Art in Paris, Dubaï, New-York, Los Angeles, Bruxelles, Séoul, Busan, Beijin, London and San Francisco.
Lady Jday was a starring participant in several events that have a distinguished reputation international, for example, The Longest Graffiti Scroll in The World,The record was set on November 30th 2014 in Dubaï and registered in the Guinness world record book.
She was awarded, in November 2015, the international competition #womenclimatejustice, awarded in New-York in the framework of the COP 21. Lady Jday's extraordinary ability in art and graffiti were reported widely by several news articles with national and international circulations, including Forbes, Le Parisien and several French national newspapers and Télévision. Juliette Delorme also received the "Discovery" prize awarded by the international Salon ARBUSTES in 2013. Grand Salon d'Art Arbustes is under the patronage of the French Minister of Culture and Communication and in partnership with the Salon d'Automne de Paris. This Ministerial recognition gives ARBUSTES a position at the current Major Exhibitions.