18/06/2015
In celebration of her Friday exhibition at Easey's.

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Fashion Journal

There's some pretty amazing talent out there in the big wide world. One of these talents is street artist, graphic designer, illustrator, home tattooer, writer and photographer, Lily Gloria. Yep, woah.

Gloria combines these many forms of artistic media while focussing on the 'in-between moments'. The result is a series of intricately detailed works.

And this Friday she's exhibiting at Easey's for one night only. 

The night will exhibit Everything is Fine, a portrait series that explores artists at the height of their métier. Through the hands of musicians to chefs, Gloria intimately captures these artists in their individual act of creation.  It's pretty neat.

In celebration, the artist is giving FJ readers the opportunity to win a Lily Gloria print of their choice.

Simply fill in the form below to go into the draw.





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For more info on Everything is Fine, click here.

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