This Australian Creative Series is just one big-fan girl session! Seriously, I'm writing an introduction for my favourite Australian artist ever! I mean, just look at my blog header, is this lady a genius or what?
So you may recognise this lovely work from all around the place, it's because Laura is one busy designer, popping up everywhere from blog headers (yay me!) to products in Cotton On, Typo, A Skulk Of Foxes, Laikonik, Finders Keepers Market and Fat Mum Slim's photo-a-day prompt sheet.
Her neon/collage/giltter-awesome artwork is happiness embodied and it is instantly recognisable and totally addictive. Although I can't rave about her individual work enough it's the ability to collaborate that really stands out to me. She has worked so many creatives on so many different projects I get a bit tired just thinking about it. But I am thankful because her recent collaboration, Enemies Yay, with friend Pete Cromer is blowing me away. Like seriously. Seriously!
There are so many ways to buy Laura's art and products making her one of Australia's most accessible artists, you can buy clothing and home wares here, original art, prints and cards here and Enemies Yay stuff here.
I describe myself as a busy creative brain, thing breaker, mess maker, big laughter, massive smiler.
I create because it makes me happy
My ultimate weekend would entail loads of cuddles with my little boy and exploring tree filled parks, a picnic and a lie in the sun.
I am in love with colour and Alexander my 3 year old.
I once met Peter Andre and he totally kissed me. (um what? like on the lips?)
The most amazing meal I ever ate was - Meals cooked by friends Mark and / or Heath. They are ridiculous clever in the kitchen.
I am at my best when I've had time to be creative. And when it's sunny.
Back in my day I used to draw really depressing things. Things have changed!
I am forever putting opened bottles of water in my handbag. it's a weekly occurrence. (I do that too!)
To be entirely honest, if I could just paint paper, cut and paste pictures together for the rest of my career, I think I'd be a pretty happy lady.