Designer of urban-style t-shirts and gifts for the fun and bold, Perth-based designer, Fiona Everette, says, “I’m really passionate about the Neurodiversity movement and wanted to create t-shirts with messages that were empowering.”
Autistic artist, vegan, animal activist and mother of two Autistic boys, Elizabeth Berns, creates wall art with meaning. Her Etsy store features a range of powerful downloadable prints – from Minecraft gaming prints to Autism advocacy and vegan activism prints – which combine striking graphics and whimsical typography.
With an average 5-star rating from over 230 Etsy sales, Sydney-based Autistic artist, Henry Indorato, has a flair for raw, edgy graphics and typography. His online store, Lo!Calamity, features his unique zines, handmade embroidery and prints.
Melbourne-based Artist Celeste Josephine is proudly Neurodiverse, a solo parent to 3 ‘beautifully, unapologetically unique’ boys, an advocate for diversity and an amazing artist.
Mornington Peninsula Artist Peita Innes Anderson is known for her striking depictions of the ocean done in alcohol ink, often on aluminium board.
With an average 5-star rating from over 600 Etsy sales, queer Autistic artist, ZappixArt, has a dedicated following of admirers who love their quirky handmade jewellery, art zines and toys.
Perth teenager, Alyssa, says, “I’m a proud Autistic kid. I want to be a business owner so I’ve started Lyssie’s Lanyards to make that dream come true! I also want to show other Autistic kids that we can do anything!” Alyssa’s store showcases her handmade chewellery made from soft, silicone beads that double as a chew/fidget toy.
Perth-based artist, Breanna, designs and sells original and personalised gifts inspired by her love of animals. “I am an Autistic using my God-given talents to create, animate and celibrate my ability with others,” she says.