Fempocalypse returns on Saturday, March 13! Wayward is throwing an all-day festival that champions the mega talent of Sydney's female artists, musicians, chefs and brewers — and women everywhere.
On the art side of things, we are chuffed to once again team up with 2D Digital Artist and Illustrator Pep, who exhibited at the original Fempocalypse back in 2017. On the day, Pep will set up in the laneway where she'll create a bespoke piece of art. Once it's finished, the artwork will be auctioned off, with proceeds going toward Women in Hospitality — a not-for-profit organisation that supports and fosters the career development of women in the hospitality industry.
We sat down with Pep to bring you a behind the scenes look at her work and a sneak peak into what you can expect to see at Fempocalypse.
How would you describe your artistic process?
"Sleep, eat, draw, be chaotic, cry, repeat."
What sort of vibe can we expect from your art?
"Illustrative and bold works, often representing mental illness or sexual themes."