Emilie Sheehan at Something for Jess 2020

06 March 2020 - 11 April 2020 | 5 min read | venue: Something for Jess | website: https://www.somethingforjess.com.au/ | address: 27 Abercrombie St Chippendale NSW 2008 Australia

published: 09 Mar 2020

Something for Jess presents a new pop-up exhibition of Australian prints by British artist and designer Emilie Sheehan, who lives and works in Sydney.

Inspired by the unique, native wildlife and landscape in Australia, her range of funny and delightful Aussie prints showcase her love story to Australia. Her outsider's perspective embraces the Aussie sense of fun and charm.

All the prints are on sale, with 10% of the profits will go to WIRES (wildlife rescue) charity.

She mixes hand-drawn and watercolour with digital techniques to create playful and bold imagery. Her work creates new personalities, brings joy, while putting a smile on peoples' faces.

Emilie is a comedy obsessive, inspired by New Yorker cartoons, the energy of Quentin Blake, and the original Paddington Bear illustrations.

These products are made in, and represent Australia and are the perfect memento to a wonderful country.

The exhibition will run at Something for Jess from 2 March to 11 April everyday until 3pm.

Emilie Sheehan at Something for Jess 2020

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when: 06 March 2020 - 11 April 2020
start time/end time: Weekdays, 7am to 3pm Saturdays, 8am to 3pm Sundays, 830am to 3pm Friday 6 March to Saturday 11 April
venue: Something for Jess

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06 March 2020 - 11 April 2020 | 5 min read | venue: Something for Jess | website: https://www.somethingforjess.com.au/ | address: 27 Abercrombie St Chippendale NSW 2008 Australia

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Emilie Sheehan at Something for Jess 2020 | 06 Mar 2020 - 11 Apr 2020 | 5 min read | venue: Something for Jess | website: https://www.somethingforjess.com.au/ Something for Jess presents a new pop-up exhibition of Australian prints by British artist and designer Emilie Sheehan, who lives and works in Sydney. Inspired by the unique, native wildlife and landscape in Australia, her range of funny and delightful Aussie prints showcase her love story to Australia. Her outsider's perspective embraces the Aussie sense of fun and charm. All the prints are on sale, with 10% of the profits will go to WIRES (wildlife rescue) charity. She mixes hand-drawn and watercolour with digital techniques to create playful and bold imagery. Her work creates new personalities, brings joy, while putting a smile on peoples' faces. Emilie is a comedy obsessive, inspired by New Yorker cartoons, the energy of Quentin Blake, and the original Paddington Bear illustrations. These products are made in, and represent Australia and are the perfect memento to a wonderful country. The exhibition will run at Something for Jess from 2 March to 11 April everyday until 3pm.

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Something for Jess presents a new pop-up exhibition of Australian prints by British artist and designer Emilie Sheehan, who lives and works in Sydney.

Inspired by the unique, native wildlife and landscape in Australia, her range of funny and delightful Aussie prints showcase her love story to Australia. Her outsider's perspective embraces the Aussie sense of fun and charm.

All the prints are on sale, with 10% of the profits will go to WIRES (wildlife rescue) charity.

She mixes hand-drawn and watercolour with digital techniques to create playful and bold imagery. Her work creates new personalities, brings joy, while putting a smile on peoples' faces.

Emilie is a comedy obsessive, inspired by New Yorker cartoons, the energy of Quentin Blake, and the original Paddington Bear illustrations.

These products are made in, and represent Australia and are the perfect memento to a wonderful country.

The exhibition will run at Something for Jess from 2 March to 11 April everyday until 3pm.