Gemma Flack is an artist, zinemaker, musician and hand poked tattoo artist originally from the UK, now living in Narrm/Melbourne, Australia. 

Gemma ((she/her or they/them)) makes work about cute and angry femmes; exploring themes of identity, vulnerability, feminism, gender, mental health, queerness, self-discovery, and coming to terms with the concept of existing as a human.

A DIY publishing enthusiast and Sticky Institute volunteer, their self-published zine titles include ‘Sad Girls From The Internet’, ‘It Doesn’t Have To Be Perfect, It Just Has To Exist’, ‘Bad Brain Club’ and ‘No More Tears’. Their work reflects inspirations from zine culture, street fashion, punk & DIY aesthetics, selfies & internet culture, body positivity, intersectional politics, girls taking selfies in their bedrooms, girls making music, girls making art, girls taking over the world.


instagram: @heygemmaflack


facebook: gemma flack art

soundcloud: meme girls



Interview with Old Tat magazine about inspirations & emotions Jun 19, 2015

Cut Out + Keep - Superhero Sunday Jun 28, 2015

Creative Drinks, Natasha Emeck, Apr 05, 2015 

Sydney Morning Herald - ‘Zines defy death by digital’ Justine Hyde June 13, 2014 

Pearrls Zine July 15, 2014

Made By Hand documentary Tatanja Ross 2014 

The Elusive Muse February 23rd, 2015 

Stylist Magazine - Vadge Badges