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Jessica Campbell-Plover is an independent graffiti and multi-disciplinary artist based in Plymouth.

She studied a Fashion Design BA at the University of South Wales and a Costume Design MA at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama but fell in love with spray painting six years ago. She now creates her artwork in her home studio and in available public spaces.


Jess' artwork mixes together elements of fashion illustration, street art and confrontational statements through a variety of mediums such as spray paint, collage, acrylic paint, customised clothing, textiles, and digital work.


Jess’ subject matter often explores socio-political subjects, with much focus based around the modern upsurge of feminism, gender issues and youth disenchantment, as her form of protest art.


Her creations are inspired by a variety of weird and wonderful sources, such as vintage pin up imagery, style subcultures, abandoned places, neon lights, fairground art, dark comedy and album artwork.


She has utilised these passions and interests by creating artworks for Trevi House Women’s Charity, The Barbican Theatre, and provided workshops inspired by protest art for schools and The National Theatre's Speak Up programme. In addition, she works with Plymouth Artist’s Together who regenerate public spaces around the city.


Plymouth Artists Together

Lockdown Gallery and Street Art Project

Plymouth City Centre and Leadworks Exhibitions

March 2021-Ongoing


Workshop Facilitator

Silence Fuels Abuse Workshop and Mural

Plymouth Youth Service

September 2023


Workshop Facilitator

National Theatre’s Speak Up!

The Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe

July 2023


Plymouth Street Artists Exhibition

The Talk Shop


July 2023


Workshop Facilitator

International Women’s Day Protest Art

Plymstock Academy, Plymouth

March 2023


Petrol Headz

Barbican Theatre

Plymouth City Centre/Depo Venue

July 2021


Outsider Open Exhibition

Don’t Walk Walk Gallery

Deal Castle, Kent

November 2019


Against The Grain

North Cornwall Artists and Creatives

The Castle, Bude

October 2019


Soho Riot

Fleek Gallery


August/September 2019


Costume Maker

Welsh National Opera

July-October 2016


Balance Exhibition

RWCMD, Cardiff

The Barge House, London

June 2016

Costume Maker and Designer
How I Almost Became The First Lady of the USA
Performer-George Orange of Mary Bijou Cabaret
Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe 2016


Costume Designer


Director-Paul Kerryson

Richard Burton Theatre. RWCMD

April 2016-June 2016

Costume Assistant Trainee

The Collection

Amazon Prime

Bay Studios

February 2016

Costume Assistant

Madness in Valencia

Director-Adele Thomas

The Caird Theatre, RWCMD

January 2015-February 2016


Platfform 14 Fashion Show

National Museum Wales


May 2014



Anti Bullying Billboard featured on ITV news

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Neon Romance Film for BBC Arts, Barbican Theatre


Petrol Headz, Barbican Theatre

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ITV News, March 2021

Western Morning News October 2019

My Cornwall October 2019

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