Category Archives: Art



For your viewing pleasure, a beautiful and powerful image that evokes a Bionic Bride for the 21st Century, decked out in sizzling circuit boards and robotic body augmentations.

Justin Fox is a powerhouse. A graphic artist, online designer, a teacher and an illustrator working in digital and mixed media, he is also the founder and the passionate mover behind Australia INfront, a collective promoting home-grown design and art. INfront’s manifesto proudly states: “Our work is Australian and of international standard. We seek GLOBAL RESPECT.”

No problem. Justin Fox deserves respect, and admiration. Check out his website, scroll down for a generous gallery of his dazzling digital illustrations. The page also has links to INfront and other Fox-driven projects.


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Diablo Immortal – Australia Clan members



Just some more photoshop fun (where I photoshop faces of my clanmates onto Diablo art).

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Photoshop fun!

Original photo.

Original photo.

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Sculpture by the Sea











6km, 2hrs. I needed the vitamin D!

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WIP Nanami Cowdroy Frogs

Caught up with Nanami recently. Whenever I visit her place I make a bee line to her studio to sneak a peek at her work in progress. Right now she’s drawing frogs!

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Diablo Immortal – Australia Clan – Alyi the Necromancer

Been a while since I’ve photoshopped a clan member. Had fun with this one!

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Do What You Like!




Much love and respect for the one and only Luca Ionescu. This gift from him is now proudly up on the wall in my art studio!

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Dropped in to IKEA to grab some Ribba picture frames (they were on sale!). I swear, they’re so good for the money. $10?! You literally couldn’t make a frame any cheaper!

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Monstera Deliciosa Large Form


Tip: Do NOT use cheap paper. Just couldn’t get my shading right on this one.

I was browsing Facebook Marketplace yesterday and came across some free art supplies in Rosebery. She had a bunch of art pads and canvases to give away so I sent her a message, sadly (for me) the art pads were taken but the canvases were still available so I grabbed them! Score!

I also came across this gorgeous Monstera Deliciosa Large Form that was reduced from $80 to $50. I’ve seen a LOT of Monsteras for sale both online and in stores but none that I have seen look as pretty as this one. Most of the ones I’ve seen are super leggy (growing out of control and super spread out), and none of the ones Ive seen had perfect leaves (this one does!).

I organised to pick up the plant yesterday afternoon from Marrickville. I’d not been to Marrickville in ages and forgotten just how cool that suburb is. SO many shops, a lot of people, such a great community vibe.

The owner of the plant was super chatty (which was awesome!). She’s owned the plant since she was 14. When she moved to Sydney she drove it from QLD to Sydney in her tiny Nissan Micra. So awesome to have a plant story! The plants gotten way too big for her apartment so she’s sadly letting it go (but she does have some cuttings so the plant will, in essence, still live on for her which is awesome).

The plant fit in the Honda Jazz with ease thanks to the magic seat system (where the rear seats fold up so you can put the pot on the flat floorpan). Honda sold people on the magic seat system with images and videos of tall plants so I knew it would fit!

The plant is in a 25cm pot, which is huge, and she has a 90cm coir stake in there but none of the air roots seem to be attached to it (I’ll probably replace it with a 120cm stake and try to get the air roots to attach to the pole). I really want to convert it from soil to leca, and whilst I’ve had huge success in converting all my plants to leca so far, this monster monstera is WAY bigger than everything else I’m growing, so taking it out of the pot, then washing the roots of dirt is going to be a bit of a challenge as the kitchen sink is too small!

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Sketch #3!

I’m so happy to be drawing again!

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