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About Laura

About Laura

Hiding somewhere on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, Laura is a web developer and graphic designer who has an fundamental interest in all things creative and visual. 

In her spare time when she is not building websites, you might find her with a pencil in hand, drawing and illustrating. Coming from an artistic childhood, she has only started to get back into art and illustration in adulthood, taking it on as a side project in 2013.

You will find a range of portraits, animals and nature in her portfolio and each of her pieces are hand drawn with either Staedtler Mars Lumograph graphite pencils or Faber Castell Polychromos. Laura loves realism and takes pride in attention to detail and incorporating tiny lines and textures that enhance and add dimension to the overall look and feel of her work.



Seeing Laura Eddy’s artwork for the first time, I was astounded that they were created using graphite, charcoal and colours pencils, and had to look twice to make sure they weren’t photographs or digital drawings.
— Louise Hickey,
Australian-based web developer and graphic designer Laura Eddy is a creative and talented young lady who follows her passion of drawing whenever she has some time to spare after work, creating amazing hyper-realistic graphite and charcoal portraits.
Harboring from Maroochydore, Queensland in Australia, Laura Eddy is a graphic designer and web developer by trade. She also enjoys drawing with graphite pencils, and the results just blew our socks off.
Most of all, I love basic artists – those who use simple tools yet somehow create masterpieces – case in point: Laura Eddy. I first discovered Miss Eddy’s work on a lazy afternoon whilst scrolling through Facebook – I had to investigate...
— Tash Turgoose