2018 - Pizza
Commission of a series of animal drawings 2019
2018 / STEM inspired repeating pattern celebrating female deep sea explorers and ocean science adventures for girl, available for license.
The illustration were inspired by the compelling “Mission Blue” documentary about Sylvia Earle - famous aquanaut, marine biologist, explorer and campaigner - and her “hope spot mission”. There are some alien like deep sea creatures, the deep rover submersible and of course Sylvia Earle in a JIM suit in which she made the deepest solo dive in 1979. Now she campaigns to create a protected ocean and inspires to explore and protect the ocean, reminding us all that our oceans require saving. Or as Fisher Stevens put it: "She's a pioneer in many ways. Not just because she's been fighting for the oceans, but she's a pioneer for females, women scientists, women marine biologists."
2018 / Fortune telling animals, reading tea leaf illustration available for license.
2018 / A series of illustrations for a food themed pattern available for license.
2018 - My weekend face
2018 / Bug illustrations for a pattern design
2018/ Mushroom illustration
2018 / Sloth Illustration for a series of mother’s day themed greeting cards and matching wrapping paper.
2018 / Illustration of my favourite working tools
2018/ Fruit jars
2018 / Tiger illustration
2018 / Scissors
2018 / “I like you” - Anteater illustration
2018/ Self Initiated crocodile illustration
2018 / Rocking space pets
2018 / Series of autumn leaves pattern and cushion designs
2018 / Elephants
2018 / Assignment piece for Lila Rodger’s "Make Art that Sells” bootcamp. Graphic novel style piece inspired by some random objects and images the class were given.
2018 / “I just like to draw find things” book cover for a children’s activity and craft book, based on an assignment for “Make Art that Sells” bootcamp by Lila Rogers.
2018 / Music tape illustration
2018 / Illustration of random things in my bag
2018 / Circus themed pattern series and cushion design inspired by vintage Schoenhut's Humpty Dumpty Circus toys.
In the early 1900s, more than 30 circus companies toured America. When the circus arrived in town, schools and businesses closed so children and adults could marvel at the spectacle, which often began with an elaborate parade featuring circus performers and exotic animals. Philadelphia toy maker A. Schoenhut jumped on the proverbial circus bandwagon when he introduced a line of miniature circus figures called the Humpty Dumpty Circus.
2018 / London tube tin
2018 / Greeting card design “Big Brother”
2018 / Collection of cushion and surface designs
2018 / Black and white jungle illustration
Gif, drawn with fine liner and pencils