is an Independent Illustrator and Designer
She makes figurative art that tells a story. Her works explore community, spirituality, and what it is like to love your body as a woman of color. Menon largely depicts the female gaze, and is interested in showing how women see themselves in the world. She also likes creating intimate snapshots of daily life.
Devika mainly works digitally, but also paints with oils and acrylics. She also makes traditional Kerala Mural Paintings, and has recently started to paint in the Rajasthani Miniature Painting style. She doesn’t like restricting herself to a particular “style”, and explores a variety of techniques to communicate a unique narrative.
Originally from Kerala (India), she grew up in the Middle East in Bahrain and Dubai. Her work is influenced by her South-Indian heritage, her Middle-Eastern upbringing, and nature.
She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Animation, Games and Interactivity at RMIT University, Melbourne.
"DEVIKA WAS SO EASY TO WORK WITH. SHE UNDERSTOOD OUR VISION SO WELL AND BROUGHT IT TO LIFE SO EFFORTLESSLY.
WE LOVED COLLABORATING WITH HER AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO FOR OUR UPCOMING PROJECTS."