Hi! I’m Suedy. I own and run Juicy Body Art, and I’m a multi-award winning body painter and artist living and working in Melbourne, Australia.

My detailed body art designs can take anywhere from 6-8 hours to paint onto a person, and wash down the drain at the end of the day. But thanks to this printed collection, now you can own my art works, pop ’em on in a jiffy and keep ’em forever!

These pieces are hand painted with actual body paints on paper, using them like watercolours. The work is then photographed, and digitally adjusted for print before being uploaded to make your eyeballs explode with joy. I’m also playing with different media and adding some illustrations to my portfolio.

To see the body art creations that inspired these pieces, visit www.juicybodyart.com. Don’t forget to visit me on Facebook and Instagram to see what I’m up to at the moment!

Also, if you’re interested in handmade jewellery and accessories to go with your new stuff, check out my Etsy store too! It’s called Disco Biscuit Designs and it’s full of sparkly shiny glowing bits of joy.

  • Joined: August 2015

Journal

Review: Mantis Shrimp Leggings & Pencil Skirt

Awww yeah – my Mantis Shrimp leggings and pencil skirt arrived in the mail today! 5 working days exactly – well done RedBubble! I love them so much – I wore the leggings all day and they’re my new favourite thing. / I posted this vid on YouTube with my review of the products, and to show you how they look on a person. Also, I show you how they look under a black light R…
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Process Shots: Boston Terrier Illustration for the #RedbubbleArtParty

Today is RedBubble’s birthday – happy birthday guys! / Part of the celebrations is the #RedbubbleArtParty promo on Instagram, where Redbubble are asking people to post inspiration pics for artists to turn into something fabulous. / I posted a cute pic of my little Boston Terrier, Beans, hoping that it might inspire someone. And then I thought Hey, why don’t I have a go at painti…
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The Design Process: The Mantis Shrimp

Here’s a time lapse of the process behind my Mantis Shrimp design. Enjoy! / [Video]
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