FAQ

Purchasing

Orders are printed, hand signed and numbered and personally checked before shipping within 2-4 days and are sent via Australia Post.
Expected delivery time within Australia from shipping date is a further 2 – 3 working days. Please allow 2-3 weeks for international orders outside Australia.

No, prints are unframed.

Yes I can print on almost anything! These are custom ordered, and around 3 weeks to receive. Please contact me directly. Lets chat about different ideas.

Smaller prints are packed flat within protective boards and protective wrap to ensure they stay perfect.
Larger prints are rolled in cylinder tubes.

This may be possible depending on the illustration, please contact me directly if you would like something specific to suit your home.

No, all prints purchased on this site are for personal display only, and cannot be reproduced in any way.
If you would like an illustration for your business, please contact my agency The Jacky Winter Group.

Please visit society6.com/mekel for my current available items.
Please note these are printed and packaged by Society6 in the US and Australian orders may take 3 weeks to arrive.

You can buy this directly through Geisker Shirts.

You can buy ‘More Money for Shoes’ and ‘Fabulous but Broke’ by Melissa Browne from here

My current originals are available for viewing and purchasing at (34) King St Aesthetic Couture.
I have selected prints for sale at Common Ground in Margaret River and Fremantle, Western Australia. Please contact the stores directly as I am often not up-to-date with their current artwork availability.
If you would like to be a Mekel stockist, please contact me directly.

Ask me anything

I do take personal commissions, however during busy times the waiting list is generally 6-8 weeks. Bookings are made on a first come basis, with a 50% deposit.
Please contact me.

Of course! Please credit @mekel_illustration on instagram, or #mekelillustration
I love to see photos of my illustrations in your space, please tag me.

How long is a line? Each piece varies so much. Sometimes I get lucky, inspiration strikes and I could complete my most favourite piece within an hour, but most take days or sometimes weeks! Often time is dictated by the clients wishes, size, and the amount of planning involved.

I studied Art all through school and then did my Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design and Multimedia, before starting my career as a graphic designer.

I am completely hooked on pinterest and instagram, for up to date trends, and the latest runway shows as they happen.

Draw all the time. Non stop. Be inspired by others but find your unique style that is different to everyone else. Be persistent, have a day job so you can enjoy your creativity but keep putting your work out there. You never know who might see it!