ARTISTS IN OUR STREETS #065: Emma May Farrant

Emma is a young illustrator whose work primarily focuses on female form and fashion with intertwined themes of being a girl, social media, tattoo and youth culture.     What’s your background as an illustrator? I graduated the Illustration course at Brighton University in 2016. I always did creative subjects at school (much to my…

ARTISTS IN OUR STREETS #064: Izy Kali

Izy Kali is a artist from Slovenia and got her name from Kali, the hindu goddess of death, time and empowerment. Her work is chaotic, hyper colourful and unapologetically in-your-face, it celebrates sex-positive feminism, self-expression and girly-ness as a super power, arguing there is no one way to be a woman. She is obsessed with people…

ARTISTS IN OUR STREETS #063: Femke Campbell

Femke Campbell is a recent graduate from the University of Brighton’s Graphic Design course. Her work spans from print to film making, with a side focus on a project to socially engage the girls of her generation in the music industry/community. What’s your connection to Brighton and what do you dig about the city? I…

ARTISTS IN OUR STREETS #060: Jeni Harrison

Jeni Harrison is a designer, maker and cheery retail worker based in Brighton. She recently completed a Fashion and Business degree at the University of Brighton and has previously worked with designers Jane Bowler and Larissa Hadjio. Jeni is currently working at H&M in Brighton, while also starting up a printed clothing company with her…

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