Spring Mural

By Lynn Bremner

Curator: Authority Creative Location: Gunpowder Walk mural (seasonal artwork on display with rotating art) Photographer: Piers Fitton


About this artwork

Inspired by Melbourne Quarter itself, this gorgeous mural represents the thriving precinct, filled with beautiful green spaces, great food and drinks and popular events.

About the Artist

Lynn Bremner is a Scottish illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. She illustrates bold and colourful images with strong characters, intriguing colour palettes and dynamic compositions. She loves using her illustrations as a tool to promote equality and diversity, to invite
conversations and spread a message of inclusivity and kindness. Lynn believes it is her duty as an artist to open up conversations about diversity and inclusion and is passionate about making art to promote a better future. In all of her illustrations she strives to evoke kindness and positivity with a sense of movement, fun and especially loves showing women in empowering positions.

Lynn studied photography at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen, Scotland and draws on her knowledge of photography when creating her strong compositions and choosing impactful and offbeat colour palettes. Lynn went back to study Illustration at Melbourne Polytechnic in
Melbourne, Australia which equipped her with tools and skills for commercial illustration and now works as a full time freelance illustrator.

Lynn has collaborated with a host of exciting brands such as Rebel Girls, Nike, Harper Collins, Vistaprint and Campos Coffee and has worked on packaging, books, murals, editorial illustration and animation.

Lynn loves travelling and has lived in various cities across the UK, Germany, New Zealand and most recently Australia, she loves to take inspiration from new experiences and cultures and loves exploring new places and countries whenever possible. In her spare time, Lynn loves to play with her dog 'Tui', checking out new restaurants and bars, curling up in front of a good scary movie and going to local gigs!

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