Jelly is the London based street artist known for painting iconic supersized eyelashes and positive messages on feminine figurative pieces. Her vibrant murals can be found around the city as well as commissioned walls for private clients and establishments.

Lived experience of this asian, female artist with autoimmune illness is echoed in her rich artwork along with her background in politics, sociology and history. Jelly’s work evokes critical thought over apathy in a world swept by social media follows. Promoting love and self worth, Jelly’s work appeals to those on the fringe of society and wider communities alike, who love to see her affirmations such as ‘You Are Enough’ gracing their streets.

Jelly’s artwork can be seen in street art and exhibitions internationally, from London, Miami, LA, Naples, Brazil and Australia. She also thrives at immersive, collaborative events and has worked with: The Vaults Festival, Party n Paint, Battle Cancer Graffiti Jam, the Virtual Cheltenham Paint Festival, Background Bob project and MIND to name a few.