Melasdesign is the name on the net of artist Susan Phillips Hicks. On RedBubble she offers hand rendered and digital graphics, with the main emphasis on color. Themes such as abstract design, current political issues, pet portraits, flowers and landscapes make up her portfolio, along with a healthy bent towards dark art / Halloween, dreams, and graphics than look great on RedBubble fashion.

Susan posts original work regularly and hopes that the artwork will bring a little bit of joy. In a world that can be ugly, she tries to add a little color, a little happiness, along with some beautiful spookiness. Then there are some issues that should not be silently ignored – maybe not so pretty, but important.

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  • Joined: June 2015


Melasdesign Art News January 2018

January 2018 Blog – Out Now! / Snow, Spring, New 80s, Twin Peaks, Potatoes, and Mars /
Posted 15 days – Leave a comment

Art News - Abstract in Melaland - Oct / Nov 2017

Read all about my abstract work from the last month, including works here on RedBubble, plus abstract jewelry design: /
Posted 3 months – Leave a comment

Art News - Halloween Collection 2017

Check out my latest blog entry for All Things Halloween in the Melasdesign world. From horror to whimsy, illustration to photomanipulation, comics to patterns, Melasdesign offers a decidedly different offering for Halloweentime. /
Posted 4 months – Leave a comment

Revamped and Upgraded!

Hi All – It’s been a rainy and low energy week, so I took the time to painstakingly review each artwork in my shop and update to best possible formatting on each and every product. A lot has changed on RedBubble since I got serious about it 2 years ago. There was a lot of re-formatting to do. / I now present the new Melasdesign shop proudly. Please have a look! Let me know if you like…
Posted 5 months – 2 comments
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