- Melbourne, Australia
General Commercial Works
Eveline Tarunadjaja was born and raised in Indonesia before she moved to Melbourne, Australia, at the age of 15, where she found her home in attractive coffee shops around the city.
After completing a degree in Multimedia Design, she worked for Australian streetwear label Nique. It was not until she quit her job at the fashion studio that she discovered she would rather do illustration than layout and websites.
In Australia, she has been involved in group shows specifically curated to showcase emerging Australian illustrators, and she has also been a part of a number of international group shows, including the “Grafuck” book launch in California, as well as their annual show “NeuLover” in Portland.
Featured in various publications such as Frankie (Australia), Grafuck 3 (USA), Singles (Korea), Vogue Girl (Korea), Elle Girl (Korea) and FAR (Indonesia), Eveline’s work and reputation have landed her a diverse list of clients, from fashion labels Hurley, Billabong, Gorman, Anna Sui and French Kitty, to record label Shock Records and publishing company Penguin.
Eveline Tarunadjaja’s current work is recognizable by the intricate detail of cascading hair she illustrates. Saturated by sugary and mischievous imagery, she is inspired by a love for stories, Asian customs, 70’s French soft porn and seafood.