Artist & Illustrator
Arts, Music, Literature, Feminist Policy and Politics, Women’s Affairs
Tegan Iversen is a 24-year-old Melbourne based artist & illustrator.
Her work is cute, colourful & honest & often focuses on her everyday life, her own emotions & feelings & things that she likes.
Tegan’s practise revolves around the act of drawing & she also experiments with painting & digital techniques.
Tegan has created illustrations for clients such as fashion label Eat Me Do, AHD Paper Co., The Big Issue Magazine, Filmme Fatales, Lunar Store & Highpoint Shopping Centre.
Tegan has exhibited work in galleries such as Montsalvat, Visual Bulk, Goodspace, Flinders Lane Gallery, Tinning St & Rubicon ARI.
Tegan currently co-runs the feminist collective F*EMS with gal pals Freya Alexander & Anna MacNeill.
F*EMS (Females* for Equality Making Stuff) is a Melbourne-run collective for female- & woman-identifying people. F*EMS publish a triannual zine, hold events, exhibitions & launches & run workshops locally as a platform to have women’s voices & stories shared & heard.