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Jessica Singh


Jessica Singh is an illustrator and artist exploring feminine power. After studying illustration at Central St Martins and living in London, Melbourne and Berlin, Jessica currently works from her home studio in Perth. Previous clients include Facebook, Nike, Sunday Riley, ABC and Penguin Books. She draws inspiration from her mixed Indian and American heritage as well as cultural craft and textiles, mythology, music and mysticism.

Why is Locker Room Talk important to you?

Having been through circumstances that relied on the silence of women, to me, speaking up is power. Vulnerability and truth will set you free.

What does success look like to you?

Happiness, freedom, abundance, community, creativity, innovation.

Can you talk us through one of the challenges you’ve faced during your career?

In my career I’ve always struggled with the dance between expectations of others (clients) and wanting to be true to the creative self. Always be authentic to yourself, to your art wherever possible, it will pay off much more in the long run.

How can we, both as individuals and as a society, help encourage body positivity?

I think it’s important to not reduce women to just their bodies as we have been from so many sources. To see, hear, listen, respect the person inside is more important. To respect people's autonomy over their own bodies, bodies are home. Bodies are sacred space for the individual and this needs to be not only understood but protected.

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