Arvee Gibson is an Australian born artist based in Western Sydney, They where Born on July 13th 1993, and cried when they couldn’t get their
Pen License in Year 3, They took up the Moniker Abe Kawaii in 2016.
Arvee is a traditional and Digital artist who has a focus in Illustration,
their subject of choice is character design and portraits. Gibson’s personal works are often exaggerated and rough; centred around self analysis and investigations of Isolation, gender dysphoria, escapism and optimism from their personal life, They draw in uence from Expressionism, Manga art and American Animation. Arvee’s career is diverse spanning from lm work to live performances, Visual art and Graphic design.
A recent Graduate from Billy Blue College of Design in April 2016 with a Bachelor degree in Motion Design, Arvee has exhibited Animated work at ‘OutThink’ Graduate exhibition 2014 and exhibited gure drawings at the National Art school: The Dobell Drawing School in 2011. Not only a visual artist Arvee is a slam poet that recently won 2nd place in the Word Travels Multilingual poetry slam, since then Arvee has performed at the 2016 Smart Arts festival. They hope to continue to write work that is self critical and inspiring.
Arvee’s artist vision is to create space for themselves and others who have intersectional identities that are often marginalised. “Being Visible as a queer artist is important when self erasure becomes the only way to advance in life”.