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A Buxom WIP...

Super excited about my latest project - still very much a work in progress and part of a much larger series coming soon.

I'm investigating the world of the 'Motivational Poster' and I will be developing a series of printable posters for you to pin up in your office cubicle to keep you alive throughout the remainder of the work day.

Huzzah!

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Piss In Boots

In 2015 I created the Satanist fat cat I like to call 'Piss In Boots'.

Piss In Boots was an experiment I created after I was invited to take part in an exhibition exploring Satanism, curated by self confessed Satanist, Vice Contributor, Artist, Writer and Director Shane Bugbee, based in the US.

The content made me squirm slightly and it wasn't an image I was used to creating or an area I was comfortable involving myself in, but I wanted exactly that. I wanted to push myself well out of my comfort zone and into: 'anthropomorphic-overweight-cat-with-a-whipped-cream-pentagram-smeared-across-his-chest' territory. 

Piss In Boots

Artwhore

Josh Griffiths of Artwhore asked me to create a banner for his website. His Model was Kate Moss and the only mandatory was to create a Kate in my own vision - a vision, I saw as a 600lb slab of woman, reclining in a mountain of food.

Kate is a watercolour spattered mess of junk food and grease and I really could not be happier with the finished product. 

Artwhore

SCA Grad Show, 2014

The SCA Grad Show came around in November, 2014 and I created a plush cushion-filled Installation using printed Watercolour Illustrations onto cotton and made into rich, comfy cushions in a cozy living room setting.

The result was meant to be 'gruesome meets chic' and the massive plus apart from graduating from an incredibly enriching and fulfilling Bachelor of Visual Arts? I took the cushions home and grossed out the housemates. 

Guts
Heads
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iD Mag, Australia

in 2013 I was asked to create watercolour tattoos and superimpose them onto a Model for iD Magazine, Australia.

I painted up a series of classic tats and digitally manipulated them onto the model in a fun Photog-meets-Illustrator campaign. The results were surprisingly cool...

iD cover
iD swallows
iD back
Butterflies