Sickly sweet horror creations weave into Post Office Lane

Published on Monday, 22 February 2021 at 9:53:27 AM

“Delightfully horrid” and “weirdly cool” are some of the ways people have described local graphic designer Rachel Weaver’s work, which is now in the Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery.

The surreal horror artist jumped at the opportunity to have her colourful and stirring exhibition ‘Rewind’ featured in the outdoor space.

City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn welcomed the quirky collection.

“The variety of art featured in the Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery is nothing short of breath-taking from artworks of dogs and nostalgic memories to sickly sweet and spooky creations,” he said.

“Rachel’s work will enchant all ages with her colourful, retro illustrations.

“The Midwest has many creative minds and it’s fantastic to be able to show off their talents in this space.”

‘Rewind’ is all about getting lost in the fun and nostalgic fusion of the sweet, strange and surreal.

Weaver will transport viewers back to the 1980s and 90s with her use of colour and font types paired with haunting illustrations of eyeballs appearing as jawbreaker lollies, skulls with sour worm sweets and gory ice creams.

The Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery, located in the transformed Rocks Laneway, is set to house ‘Rewind’ from Thursday 18 February to Thursday 22 April.

More information about the graphic designer and surreal horror artist can be viewed by visiting

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