She calls it "...a love letter to Black Britain." It was commissioned for the National Portrait Gallery in London. The left is Jamaican palms, the right a map of where Sadie's from. In Katy Hessel's interview, Toyin says she'd most like to meet- Elizabeth Catlett, Frida and the writer of the Tale of Genji, the world's first novel. Toyin's- exploration of uncomfortable storytelling, full of possibility, can't be pinned down.