Mary Lou Pavlovic

Originally inspired by her reaction to the UK punk culture of the 1980s, Australian artist Mary Lou Pavlovic created a "Facist" series covering work boots in what looks like multicolored candy decor. She has since gone on to realize ballet shoes on knife pointes, jewel-encrusted weapons, and most recently she teamed up with Pol Oxygen to create a mosaic-covered Mini shown at the Milan Design …

Rebecca Wetzler

Sydney based artist Rebecca Wetzler creates lush, messy, and interweaving illustrations, which burst forth boldly from their watercolor surrounds, adding a surreal element to their rather earthy themes. She has contributed to the Australian fashion magazines Oyster and Yen, and has been featured in Deanne Cheuk’s ongoing illustration project, Neomu.

James Alley

James Alley is a 28 year-old artist currently living on the Gold Coast of Australia. His work is primarily oil-based paintings which explore figurative, character-based situations. In an attempt to explore elements of paradox and differing emotional states within society, James isolates and depicts a sample of his daily observations onto paper and canvas in order to record them.