I’ve been a bit busy lately so not had much time to blog. This is an illustration for Haus Stories a project set up by the lovely Sandra Deickmann. I really enjoyed this as a lot of the elements are from my own photos and collections of ceramic animals. And it’s more of a personal insight too, I love kitsch objects, bright coloured shoes and tiny dogs of course. I wanted it to be surreal/ dreamy as I do actually day dream alot haha I hope Sandra likes it
Oh I wish the summer would last, like, forever. This is the only time when I actually enjoy being in England, then the rest of the time I’m moaning about the weather being too cold, too much rain and so on! An update about our housing situation: the ceiling in my studio is starting to fall off. Yes I’m not joking. Just recently the ceiling is starting to dip and loads of dust is starting to fall onto my iMac. The funniest thing is that he has wallpaper edthe ceiling... Read The Rest →
Woohoo! Gia-London website is now officially online! After almost a year’s worth of work I have to say I’m so happy to see it up. We had a little party/ sample sale to celebrate see here for the photos. At the very start of the project Najia the creative director was happy to let me do what I thought was an interpretation of the Gia world, something nostalgic, playful and fresh. After lots of prep work and so on I used these elements and created the web pages and desktop... Read The Rest →
My Owl and Shapes illustration is featured in the first print edition of Cut-Click zine. You can buy it here. Woo hooo! This issue features Tigz (front and back cover) along with Simon Wild, Lesley Barnes and loads more amazingness. I have not had much time to blog as I’ve currently been updating my Etsy shop….. yes giving this another go………. plus some other exciting things which I will mention in the future kinda don’t want to jinx it haha. Hope you all have a great week! And what’s happened to the... Read The Rest →
This Sunday I was busy printing out stuff and basically getting ready to send out some goodies to The Spider and the Fly pop up Gallery in Edinburgh. The temporary gallery is organised by Magpie who are a bunch of creatives promoting independent artists and designers and host their own art and craft events. You can follow them on their Facebook page for more information and updates. Have a lovely week and hope you all enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!