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Tallulah Farrar (she/her) is a Pākeha artist, illustrator, and designer based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington, New Zealand.) She works across multiple mediums, including digital illustration, mosaics, and murals. Drawing inspiration from her everyday life, she uses bright colour and pattern to capture moments, places, and objects of joy. Tallulah is influenced by the past and present- thematically exploring symbols of nostalgia and hope.

Tallulah completed a Bachelor of Design (Textile) at Massey University Wellington in 2020. Since graduating, she has created work for various campaigns and causes- exploring scale and subject matter further.

- Consumer NZ
- Capital Magazine
- Chorus
- South Coast Arts Trail
Enjoy Contemporary Art Space
Massive Magazine
Sustainability Trust
New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations
Young Greens of Aotearoa

- 2017-2020 Massey University of Wellington - Bachelor of Textile Design (1st Class Honours)

- Capital Magazine Artist Q&A (2022)
- Your Home & Garden 'Meet the Maker' feature (2022)
- Chorus 'Trees of Aotearoa' (2022) 
- Enjoy Contemporary Art Space 'He Kanohi Kitea' and Studio Visits (2021)
- Surface Design Association Winter Journal (2020)
Exposure, Massey University Graduate Exhibition (2020)
- MEDIUM Group Exhibition, Bowen Gallery (2020)
Artist Feature, Massive Magazine (2020)

- Aotearoa Student Press Awards - Runner Up Best Illustrator (2021)
- Massey University Norwood Award Textiles (2020)
- Surface Design Association Outstanding Student Award (2020)
- ECC Student Craft and Design Award- Highly Commended (2019)
Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (2019)

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