Illustrator . Melbourne Based . Ink Lover . Amateur Naturalist . Admirer of tits and asses

  • Joined: July 2014

Journal

"How do you want your oceans to look like in 60 years?"

I’ve recently added a new collection in my store titled Wembley Primary School years 1’s and 2’s. They are designs that made with finger painted sea creatures and plastics by the kids as part of their artist inclusion program by me. These series of designs are actually massive 135cm x 150cm art installations that span the school corridor ceiling. / Check it out on my instagram! …
Posted 6 months – Leave a comment

The hidden world of Onomatopoeia

Hey guys! / 2017 is around the corner and what better way to celebrate it than with a new series to look forward too. I lie…the series I’m about to introduce to you guys is actually a very old one, much older than my Sewer Princesses! Inspired by the alley ways of Melbourne and the tenacity of nature, I’ve dreamt up of a world full of hipster pigeons, feral cat mock owls and liv…
Posted about 2 years – Leave a comment

RB finalist for the 3rd time!

Hello new and old followers, / The voting for who gets to be the next artists in residence for redbubble is closing tomorrow! I’m sure that some of you know that I’ve been a finalist three times in a row which is quite amazing. Hopefully this time, third time’s the charm and you can help me by voting for me: / http://rdbl.co/vote / What I’ve been noticing though is the hug…
Posted almost 3 years – Leave a comment

Painting on walls are fun

So painting stuffs on walls are pretty awesome but the best part of it all is the locations where the wall is at. Would you like to guess where this place is? how about the one below? / Stay cool, / Serene / p.s. Check out my portfolio on the loop for hints : www.theloop.com.au/serenekitchen
Posted almost 3 years – Leave a comment
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