X July 20, 2018

If you are in Auckland CBD make sure you check out my latest work at Huami on Federal Street. The design echoes my work inside the restaurant – so now you get the Flox experience inside and out! When you go in and grab some delicious food make sure to check out the logo, menus and window frostings as they are all designed by moi too.

The design is inspired by Chinese papercuts, dating back to the second century and popular during major festivals and celebrations as they bring luck and happiness.

An official emblem of China, the Peony plays a big role in many holidays and religious traditions and is tied deeply to royalty and honour in Chinese society. The name for Peony even translates to “most beautiful” – it’s the perfect symbol to accompany an epic dining experience.

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My Story

As an aerosol and stencil artist with a fine art degree, Flox has been making her mark on the inner cityscape of Auckland since 2003.

Her trademark native birds, ferns and flowers are a celebration of Aotearoa’s environmental taonga. Using distinctly vibrant and confident colour on a scale combined with delicacy they have magically transformed grey walls into vibrant depictions of the natural world.

Flox swiftly expanded her practice into prints, publications, murals, graphic design, live painting, projects and workshops for both schools and the wider public. She has been involved in numerous collaborations, charity work and both group and solo exhibitions.

Her accessible narratives have broadened the appeal and shaped her into one of New Zealand’s most recognised contemporary artists.

In recent years Flox has focused on refining new ideas, exploring other cultures and pushing her own artistic boundaries. This resulted in a three-month Artist Residency in Taiwan and a journey to Udaipur in India, to expand her international audiences.

Seen everywhere from Berlin, Hong Kong, New York, Taiwan, India and the US, Flox continues spreading her wings and making her presence felt across public spaces and homes worldwide.

Flox Portrait