and fellow artists Alex Louisa, Ken Taylor and Steve Cross are in the middle of an exhibition entitled Twitching, focusing on all that is feathered! Bec says: "Drawing on techniques as varied as tattoo art, screenprinting, graffitti and traditional mediums, four of Australia’s freshest emerging visual creatives have flocked together to bring you Twitching, an exhibition on the beautiful and bizarre of the feathered world." The exhibition is currently running and on til Monday 10th October, at Rancho Notorious 361 Lt Lonsdale St, Melbourne - Entry Via Heape Crt, Australia.
Have a look if you're based that way.
Portrait & Beauty illustrator Bec Winnel tells of of her inspirations from Marie Antoinette to bike rides & road trips in Australia. Bec Winnels' Scrapbook
was wise enough to enter a competition recently to 'design a Spark'. After making a super lovely creation, she has gone and won the competition! Well done to Bec, a new car for her will be arriving soon! Holden are looking to have a car made with her design on it. Very chic!
A snapshot of the past in Bec Winnel's
dreamy fashion flashback.
The illustration is currently gracing the front cover of Mecca, a Melbourne based fashion magazine created by Madeline Boyd as part of her dissertation. Bec’s job was to take a trip down memory lane to create this front cover for the nostalgia issue, also within the pages is an interesting profile on the artist herself.