Introducing 2 incredible new limited edition prints from artist/illustrator extraordinaire, Sarah Beetson, signed and hand-screened (with 20+ colors, to boot!). What we love most about Sarah Beetson is her exploration of body images and perversities in pop culture, all shown in an outwardly playful and dynamic explosion of color. We’re thrilled to have snagged a [...]
You’ll never need another band t-shirt again. Behold the Prince tee by Australian-based artist Sarah Beetson, with artwork hand-screened onto vibrant shirts and originally created in very limited edition for an exclusive Sommerset House show. Available in very limited quantities in the Lost At E Minor online store.
How about a little Valentines love for yourself? We’ve made it very easy to spoil yourself. Or pick up some last minute gifts with our special sale in the Lost At E Minor online shop. Great limited time discounts on everything from naughty ceramic plates, to X-rated hand-painted playing cards, to merchant of death t [...]
In 2008, graphic designer Becky Edgington and illustrator Sarah Beetson created two limited-edition packs of playing cards featuring images from Beetson’s exhibition, 50 Bucks: Bring On The Sluts. The images were selected from almost 500 small artworks created on moleskine paper, inspired by vintage pornography and a trip to Japan.
Premiering her fourth solo exhibition, I Dream in Celluloid, Australian artist Sarah Beetson’s work presents the strange and beautiful world of lucid dreaming. With images inspired by Beetson’s dreams and memories, the exhibition will feature everything from hand-painted quilt to a stop-motion animation of her completing one of her works. Beetson’s fantastical show will start on the Gold Coast on February 19, with ten percent of all opening night sales being donated to The Queensland Flood Appeal.
Australian-based illustrator Sarah Beetson has her third solo exhibition, You Are Not What You Eat, beginning in Adelaide next month, as part of the Fringe Festival. It will then move onto Melbourne in March.
French illustrator Miss Miza is currently working out of Barcelona where she creates works that play off the little things she collects — ‘small treasures’ she keeps carefully and ‘blends harmoniously’. [see also the work of Melbourne-based artist Sarah Beetson]
Melbourne based illustrator Sarah Beetson is having her first solo exhibition at The McCulloch Gallery on Rankins Lane. The show, Bodies, opens on Friday July 13. Most of the work was included created in her Melbourne studio, with added influences from a trip she took to Hiroshima, Japan. [see also Sarah Beetson]
Argentinean illustrator Eduardo Bertone creates layered pop art inspired artworks which have been featured in numerous group and solo exhibitions throughout Europe. He studied graphic design at ESDG in Argentina and illustration in Madrid. [see also Ben Frost; Sarah Beetson]
Renee Nault’s work is kaleidoscope of colour, intricate patterns and ambiguous points of reference. Her portrait drawings are full of character. They’re kinda like the best friend you never had. [see also Deanne Cheuk; Sarah Beetson]
I love the work of UK-based artist Julia Staite. She was featured in the Curvy book [a collection of the world's best emerging female illustrators] that I put together a few years back and her cute meets kitsch, meets cool, meets colourful work is now represented by the illustration agency PVUK. [see also Sarah Beetson]
A couple of funky cushion designs from Marie Hanson, a freelance illustrator and designer working out of Copenhagen, Denmark. Her work is wonderfully vibrant, a sea of bright colours colliding in a seemingly random assortment of shapes and patterns. [see also Ben Frost; Sarah Beetson]
Having recently relocated from London to Melbourne, Sarah Beetson is a dynamic and exciting young illustrator whose work ‘reflects herself in its energy and innovation. Among her current and frequent inspirations and obsessions are retro, trash and gay culture, vintage clothing, John Waters movies, Angela Carter, JT Leroy, The White Stripes and The Dresden Dolls, [...]