Zulu likes to create personalities in her illustration and works spontaneously, which she feels gives her work a livelier quality.
In Wild Things we see, variously, femmes fatale, extroverts, introverts, day-dreamers, strong Amazonian women and harlequins.
As a whole the work has a sort of high fashion and African feel, and a ‘90s pop palette, which gives it an incredible energy.
Zulu was born and raised in Scotland and her mother, also an artist, was born in Tanzania.
Now living and working in East London, Zulu, an illustration and animation graduate of Kingston University, showed work at the Pick Me Up gallery show this year and has worked on commercial projects for fashion prints, homewares, album art, live art and exhibitions.
Lynnie Zulu, Wild Things, runs from 8-23November, at No Walls Gallery, 114 Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UD