Tag: trans

  • christmas 2016

    An illustration of my graphic novel characters, Henry (a trans man) Electra (a trans woman), and Cooper (a nonbinary person), in various stages of undress on the back verandah of a weatherboard house. It’s decorated for Christmas. Everyone is sweating, and Electra is holding a glass of water that’s dripping with condensation. Between you and me, I would describe the atmosphere as “lightly horny”
    christmas 2016: no aircon in the sharehouse (2021)

    Believe it or not, drawing sweaty trans people is the meaning of Christmas 🧑‍🎄

  • space fashion turnarounds (2022)

    Fashion turnarounds for the space rivals, and yep, the colour schemes ARE implying she stole their gun.

  • uh oh, captured again!

    A bright illustration with a vintage sci fi colour scheme. A sexy alien lady leans over an astronaut whose helmet is off. They’re is sitting on the ground, looking overwhelmed, and she is touching their neck. When I say sexy alien lady I did draw her in a very skimpy outfit and a full harness (complete with empty O ring for uhhh, attachments) and high heels. That’s feminism, baby!
    I think the captain is mind controlled (2022)

    I looked at a lot of pulp sci fi art and wanted to draw something with unrealistic space suits and sexy aliens!! So I have zero concept of who these characters are, just that they are arch rivals in space… and maybe that’s enough 😌💁🚀

  • love, protect, and fight for your child self 🏳️‍⚧️ (2021)

    a trans woman holds a flag behind a ghostly figure of herself as a child
    love, protect, and fight for your child self 🏳️‍⚧️ (2021)

    I drew this when we were waiting for the federal Religious Discrimination Bill and the NSW Education Bill to be debated in 2021.

    I was tired and wondering where my community’s energy to fight comes from. Many trans people are haunted by our pre-transition selves—these closeted younger versions of us who needed love and protection desperately, but who nobody fought for. We survived, and we are fighting for them now.

    * I drew this for a one-off work event. If you have anything you want to use it for, drop me a line! I don’t think I should keep something like this just for myself.