Miss Bugs was founded in the early part of 2007, originally coming from a background in photography and graphics. Their most recent work includes larger scale pieces, incorporating laser cut wooden panels, hundreds of small component objects and poured resin. These pieces are time consuming and labour intensive. The main focus of the work has always been the human form as Miss Bugs’ interest lies in developing ‘characters’ to tell a story. Archetypal imagery from magazines, art history and films are used as a starting point, which are then cut, overlaid and distorted to produce character portraits with an arresting graphic look. Miss Bugs have exhibited in New York, San Francisco, LA, Paris and London. Their artwork is also in a number of significant private collections around the world. One of our most valued clients, we have enjoyed working with Miss Bugs for many years creating and fabricating the laser cut wooden panels and stencil guides that are essential in the process that Miss Bugs use in fabricating all their works.