Jelly is a London based street artist known for painting feminine figures with dynamic supersized eyelashes. Her vibrant murals can be found around the city as well as commissioned walls in establishments.

Her lived experience as an asian, female with autoimmune illness permeates her artwork along with her background in politics, sociology and history. Jelly’s work evokes critical thought over apathy, as seen in the popular Stolen Sisters piece which highlights MMIWG (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls) awareness in the US and Canada. Promoting love and self worth, Jelly’s murals often feature affirmations such as ‘You Are Enough’.

Jelly has exhibited in exhibitions around London as well as Miami, LA, Naples and Brazil. She also thrives at immersive, collaborative events and has worked with: The Vaults Festival, Brown Jewels, Art House Project, Battle Cancer Graffiti Jam and most recently in lockdown, the Virtual Cheltenham Paint Festival and the viral Background Bob project