Justine ‘Juzpop’ Millsom is a visual artist and muralist based in Naarm/Melbourne.

A multifaceted creative, her practice spans from painting large scale walls to canvases, fashion accessories, illustration and film photography. Her distinctive personal style emanates femininity and conveys a sense of female empowerment.


Warhol-esque portraits, vibrant colour schemes and graphic block colours, the stylised Juzpop aesthetic takes inspiration from Drag Queens, fashion photography, and nature, which translates through to her photoshoots which she conducts to create her own reference imagery.

From a young age Juzpop was filling up sketch books, painting her barbie dolls with nail polish, drawing on mirrors with her Mothers lipstick collection and collaging her bedroom walls with magazine cut outs, growing up with artists for parents her environment always fostered her creativity. A degree in Visual Communication Design, her design training lends to her art practice that blends both digital and analog methods.


Pave the Way to Gular Street Art Festival / Gulargambone, NSW / 2022

NMBW Group Show / Perth / 2022

GFH Group Show / 2022

Black Cat Fitzroy Group Show / 2022

RCH150 UooUoo Art Trail / 2021

Artist Residency / Agrado Art house, Mexico / 2019

Escape Solo show / ASG Gallery, Melbourne / 2018

TSUNDOKU  / 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo / 2017

Collaboration beyond design QO17 / Deakin University / 2017

Whole Lotta' Woman solo show  / Victorian Artists Society / 2015



Visual Communication Design / Deakin University



Screen, Animation & Design study tour / 2017