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Marie Larkin

I love the sweeping use of bold colour and the fragile, melancholic doll faces that permeate the work of Australian artist, Marie Larkin.

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Anthony Hayes

I love the black and white portrait work of Australian illustrator, Anthony Hayes, whose artwork has adorned vinyl toys, shoes and the walls, no doubt, of his grateful friends.

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Twenty Eleven

It’s great when you meet a good solid all-round cool person, and when you’re asked ‘when did you guys meet?’, you can’t remember. That’s because it doesn’t matter, you just … Read more

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Rebecca Harstein

Australian artist Rebecca Harstein paints tumor-like blobs crawling across beautiful landscapes and getting intimate with naked ladies. Apparently, these blobs used to be unicorns. In the artist’s own words, ‘The … Read more

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Saad Moosajee

We’re fans of the work of 17 year-old self-taught illustrator Saad Moosajee, who has recently updated his website with an assortment of new projects.

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Kareena Zerefos

London-based artist Kareena Zerefos, originally from Sydney, creates wispy, delicate images that depict the innocent and magical connection children have with animals.

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Justin Lee Williams

The eyes in Australian artist Justin Lee William’s mixed-media paintings, which seem to be composed in a meandering, stream-of-consciousness way, give me the creeps in the best possible way. I … Read more

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Australian artist Beci Orpin

Melbourne-based artist Beci Orpin uses a kaleidoscope of colors to create drawings and paper collages of charming mystical characters.

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Patricia Piccinini

I’ve been obsessed with Patricia Piccinini for years now, and she still consistently creeps me out and wows me. I love the ways her grotesquely realistic sculptures push the boundaries … Read more

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Justine Khamara

Australian artist Justine Khamara uses densely collaged photographs as a material to create texture and disorienting confusion of depth in her sometimes horrifying work.

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