Through my work, I’ve explored themes of humanity and nature. The concept behind this latest series, If the World Made Sense, is propelled by the chaos of our world, touching on the sometimes senseless act of humans beings. The body of work examines a futuristic fictional world, exploring the remnants of war and the evolution of nature taking back its rightful place.
Kareen Zerefos is an impressive illustrator. I like her style, I like her subjects, I like the way she uses traditional skills associated with modern techniques. But more than all this, I like her because she is a daydreamer.
Australian illustrator Kirra Jamison’s usual decorative work, exuding mythical creatures and magical landscapes, has taken a turn to intricate psychedelic illustrations. While some pieces are minimal, there’s no shortage of meticulous detail in her latest series, Surrender Star. Catch it at Firstdraft Gallery in Sydney’s Surry Hills, September 8-26.
Australian illustrator Eamo has a new exhibition running at The Gorker Gallery in Melbourne featuring, among other works, this limited edition print — Shrimp — ten per cent of the sales of which will go towards the Great Barrier Reef Foundation. [See more Australian art and culture at The Colour]