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Justine ‘Juzpop’ Millsom is a Naarm/Melbourne-based visual artist and muralist who comes from a family of artists and creatives. She is known for her vibrant colours, bold forms, and stylised aesthetic that emphasises femininity and female empowerment. Her artistic vision is driven by a desire to inspire and uplift others, and she sees art as a powerful tool for fostering connection and community.

Juzpop's work is a celebration of creativity, individuality, and the joy of self-expression. She aims to promote these values through her large-scale murals and other art projects, creating a more colourful, vibrant world that celebrates diversity and encourages others to embrace their unique identities. As a female artist, Juzpop is also passionate about promoting inclusivity and diversity in the art world, and she sees her work as a way to challenge the status quo and create more visibility and representation for women artists.


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

Blank Walls Group Show / Perth / 2022

GFH Group Show / 2022

Black Cat Fitzroy Group Show / 2022

RCH150 UooUoo Art Trail / 2021

One Year On / Museums Victoria / 2020

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

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