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Zoetica Ebb (born in Moscow, Russia) multimedia artist

Zoetica Ebb

Zoetica Ebb (born in Moscow, Russia) is a Russian-American artist, photographer, writer, model and alternative culture personage.



    Ebb is one of the co-founders of Coilhouse Magazine – a print and web art publication established in 2007. She has also worked as a photographer and culture writer for Red Bull's ChinaShop Magazine, as well as a photographer for SuicideGirls (where she also ran a fashion blog column titled What's Zo Wearing). Additionally, she has contributed artwork to Occupy Comics, and runs the popular personal blog Biorequiem.

    Art and Fashion Design

    In 2011, Zoetica Ebb collaborated with Canadian design team Plastik Wrap for a Victorian-inspired collection titled GHST RDR.
    In 2013, Ebb began developing an ongoing series of large-scale drawings of fantasy flora entitled, "Alien Botany". After moving to Ireland in 2014, she delved further into fashion design, releasing limited editions of leggings and scarves dubbed, "wearable art". Ebb and her leggings are featured in the cover story of the summer 2014 issue of Auxiliary Magazine.In 2015 and 2016, she released several styles of dresses under the "Alien Botany" moniker.These dresses are featured in an editorial styled and art-directed by Ebb, published in the Spring 2016 issue of Auxiliary Magazine.
    After being inspired by the presidential campaign of senator Bernie Sanders, Ebb contributed a drawing of the candidate to The Art of a Political Revolution – the official Sanders campaign art exhibition featuring work by artists who support his message of social change.


    Ebb has stated that she is of Russian-Jewish and Uighur descent.
    Ebb is the founder of D4RT – a mobile art class that aims to bring workshops and public art projects to impoverished communities, including Yantaló, Peru, where she donated supplies, painted a mural, and conducted a children's art workshop in the Amazon jungle. Ebb appeared as herself in the documentary Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts. She is set to play the role of 'The Temptress' in Ramzi Abed's film Noirland, which is scheduled for release in 2013.

    Art exhibitions


    • 2008: "Off World Cloud Hunters", Plastik Wrap, Toronto
    • 2016: "Specimens and Hosts", 3 Bees, San Mateo


  • 2007: Seven Brides Electrified, Jail gallery (curated and exhibited)
  • 2008: Beerotica, The Hive Gallery
  • 2008: Dances of Vice, Element NYC
  • 2009: Beerotica 2, The Hive Gallery
  • 2009: Monster?, Copro Nason Gallery
  • 2010: The Best Little Whorehouse in LA, The Foundation Room, LA House of Blues
  • 2010: This is Not an Invitation to Rape Me, Fox Art Gallery
  • 2010: The Ghost of Delilah and Other Stories, Gallery 1988
  • 2012: Gag Me With a Toon 4, WWA Gallery, LA
  • 2012: Conjoined 2 in 3D, Copro Nason Gallery, LA
  • 2013: Conjoined 3, Copro Nason Gallery, LA
  • 2013: Gag Me With a Toon 5, WWA Gallery, LA
  • 2014: The Second Annual Coaster Show, La Luz De Jesus Gallery, LA
  • 2015: Hive Gallery Ten-year Anniversary Show, LA

Tattoo Commission: Tentacle Villainess | by zoetica

zoetica ebb / photograph by allan amato

 Gentleman Raven | tattoo commission, ink and digital | Zoetica Ebb | Flickr


 Bernie Stardust 4 president. | da zoetica


 Favorite place 






 Cathouse. Donegal, Ireland

 Neolithic Galway & Cliffs of Moher

 Market, Peru




 Home of Dr. Paul Koudounaris

 Newgrange, Ireland

My name is Zoetica Ebb. I’m a Moscow-born, LA-raised artist, writer and photographer, dedicated to proving that life is as beautiful as we make it.

Right now, I live in Northern California and am working on Alien Botany — a multimedia art series dedicated to beastly flora and antique botanical illustration. Alien Botany is series of hyper-detailed concept drawings, fine art prints, limited edition fashion collections and electronics accessories, with the long-term goal of a coffee table book. Alien Botany is funded through your support on Patreon.
My previous projects include The Secret Guide to Alternative Beijing – a video travel guide series giving insight into the skyrocketing alternative art, fashion, music, and nightlife culture in Beijing. On this project, I function as curator, co-director and host. The initial phase of The Secret Guide was funded through Kickstarter. This is my second Kickstarter effort – in 2011, I raised $8,400 for D4RT – a project aiming to bring art classes and supplies to a developing village in the Peruvian Amazon jungle, where I taught an introductory kids’ art workshop and, together with village locals, painted a mural on the school wall.
In 2011, I launched GHST RDR – my first foray into fashion design in collaboration with Adriana Fulop of Toronto label, Plastik Wrap. GHST RDR is a mini-collection consisting of an architectural, retro-futuristic jacket-and-skirt combo, inspired by Victorian riding fashion and anime robots.
I’ve also worked as a culture writer and photographer for RedBull’s Chinashop Magazine [RIP], specializing in urban exploration and art coverage. I visited independent businesses and the studios of fellow artists and fashion designers, documenting creative spaces and conducting interviews. From 2007 to 2012 I was part of Coilhouse – a magazine and blog I co-founded, billed as “a love letter to alternative culture”. During my time with Coilhouse, I functioned as co-editor, project manager, merchandise designer, writer and illustrator, interviewing Clive Barker and Grant Morrison among many other luminaries.
I’m an infrequent contributor to Haute Macabre.

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