Justine “Tini” Stilborn is a Regina-based artist. She was born in 1988 of Indigenous (Swampy Cree: Sapotaweyak Cree Nation Band No. 314), Romanian and mixed European descent, and identifies as bisexual. She earned a Bachelor in Fine Arts degree from the University of Regina, majoring in Visual Arts (Drawing) with a Minor in Art History.
Stilborn has designed a bus shelter for Transit Saskatoon and the City of Saskatoon, inspired by the stories of residential school survivors, The Survivors/Elders Called to Action Group (now known as Saskatoon Survivors Circle). She also has her art featured on a Regina Downtown Business Improvement District’s Traffic Box, and exhibited a solo exhibition called ‘POP! Now it’s Superflat’ at the Fifth Parallel Gallery, and several group exhibitions; the ‘Group Art Show’ at ComicReaders, ‘Re-Art’ at the Fifth Parallel Gallery, and several more. She has been on the CARFAC SASK Board of Directors since 2014, currently holds the President position.
POP! Now it's Superflat.