Just some of the pieces that are fluttering around my desk at the moment!
I decided to challenge myself and join the popular art challenge Inktober - where artists challenge themselves to create a pen and ink illustration for every day of October. You can read the blog post about it below and see what I created!
As some of you may know, I used to be a full-time graphic designer working in branding and marketing. I still occasionally dabble in design work when the opportunity arises. My latest logo was for a lovely client I met in my shop through the summer! She fell in love with my watercolour feathers and our project went from there! View the logo here
I worked on a lovely commission recently to create a jewel-toned original watercolour for a local client. I just applied the finishing touches this week and it is on its way to the framers! If you're interested in commissioning an original - drop me a line! You can reply to this email or go to my contact page. View the Hummers
Wick & Fable
I've been collaborating with the fabulous book box peeps - Wick & Fable recently to create new artwork for their monthly book themed boxes. My most recent creation was based on the book 'Children of Blood & Bone' by Tomi Adeyemi.
I'm in the process of creating more pieces for this company but have to keep hush for now - so keep an eye out for more soon! View the artwork
2018 Christmas Card
It's that time of year again! Every year I create a new illustration for a Christmas card. This year I adapted one of my Inktober illustrations into this year's seasonal card. They are being printed as I type, so if you would like to pre-order a batch of cards please do so: Pre-Order Cards Here
Pins back in stock!
My lovely Saluki pins are now back in stock as well. They make great stocking stuffers or small gifts for friends abroad! You can grab yours on my website. Check out the Pins
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