Illustrated Interview: Rebecca Enya Lourey
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Just like the Hall of Fame illustrators/cartoonists who inspired her, Rebecca Enya Lourey (Bec) is taking Sydney illustration to the next level.

In recent years the self-titled ‘Patron Saint of Efficient Sketch Symbols’ (apt and true) has become renown for her images of feminine characters.  Whether smashing their hair around wildly in a mosh pit, sitting in front of fan on a sweltering hot night, or peeling an orange with demonic energy, each piece acts like a snapshot into the lives of these mysterious women. With clean line work and meticulous detail, Bec has truly solidified her status as a an artist to keep an eye out for.

We asked the big dog herself some questions about her work, advice and a buncha of other stuff! Check it out! BAO!!!

Check her full portfolio here.

 

My full comp for @amnestyaustralia @meaningfulamnesty 💘 When asked to create a painting about women's rights, it was a no brainer to talk about the fact that trans people and women living with disabilities are too often excluded from "feminist" conversations 💘 Thank you so much for having me Amnesty and huge thats to @stayflysydney for making it happen 💘 Pics of the actual painting are coming soon 💘 . . . #art #sydney #illustrator #drawing #painting #artoftheday #artist #sydneyartist #sydneyillustrator #innerwest #summer #illustration #artblog #artoftheday #procreate #procreateapp #ipad #ipadpro #apple #applepencil #translivesmatter #fredas #chippendale #innerwest #sydney #sydneyinnerwest #amnestyinternational #womensrights

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June 6, 2018
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