This year my Mother, who means well, wanted to take a family photo for her Christmas cards. It seemed like a good idea, so my sister and I sat down for a little family photoshoot in September. Now. I don’t know if you’ve ever needed to get a Bouvier de Flanders and two possibly hungover […]
Recently my best friend got married. It was a day of incredible joy, love and laughter. It was also, for me, a joyous exercise in lending my designing hands to my friend’s special day. The bride had found an example of an illustrated guide to a bridal party on Pinterest, and asked if I could […]
Immercity, one of my favourite immersive theatre groups, recently kicked off their Three Rings of Cirque Tsuki show, and last Sunday I got to see the first instalment of what will be a series of 3 individual performances with storytelling themes. The initial ‘ring’ or show is entitled ‘Birthday’ and is described as: Birthday comes from […]
Some submissions for the amazing Look for Longer contest, round two! The below are all station names in London – can you guess what they are? I won’t be providing answers though, as I’m hoping to find out whether or not they’ve been selected come October 31st, and I wouldn’t want to ruin all the […]
Some little digital bits and sketches from a really interesting illustrator training session with Tony Harmer! Most of these are experimenting with the tilda key and repetition, and the hardboiled egg is just a gradient- no shapes involved.
There have been a few prior posts about the work I did with cutting out and arranging paper fruits and vegetables. Those designs are now part of Lush (Fresh Handmade Cosmetics) Summer Footcare Promotion to re-FRESH your feet with products containing fresh ingredients. It is currently on in the UK, Hong Kong, and most of […]
Following on from the paper fruits (which you can also see here) I’ve recently been doing a bit more design work on the theme of creating things out of paper, and then transferring them digitally. Here is some work I’ve done for a project at work! The first thing was to cut out the individual […]