FAN CLUB'S FESTIVE PARTY
Poster design & illustration for the feminist DIY Nottingham collective Fan Club.
MOTHER MUSE ISSUE 4
Editorial illustration for the second issue of Mother Muse of Amanda De Cadenet and her daughter Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor.
MOTHER MUSE ISSUE 3
Editorial illustration for the second issue of Mother Muse of super model mama Jaime King.
Mother Muse issue 1
Editorial illustration for Mother Muse for a feature about Dani Kenney's organic baby products.
CAMILLE FLEUR X MOTHER LIKE NO OTHER
T-Shirt illustration created in collaboration with Mother Like No Other .
"Let's give our children the space they need to be who they want to be. Give them space to grow and develop in a way that allows them to feel empowered enough to give their opinions and speak out when they want to. Let them be proud, be loud and be heard. They are the future and the future is theirs."
Joshua Tree Girl
Featured on Poler's Instagram and Babes Ride Out.
THE FOURTH TRIMESTER
The Fourth Trimester is an independent magazine focusing on supporting life after birth. All of the articles are written by mums, real life human mums who want to share their stories to help other real life mums feel better during their fourth trimester.
This is a cover I illustrated for the issue n.3. I also illustrated a couple of articles, including one from The Unmumsy Mum.
These illustrations are available to buy as digital prints in my shop.
THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS
These illustrations are available to buy as risograph prints in my shop.
Personal - Work In Progress
sisters of street
Sisters of Street was an event organised to empower female artists during the international street art festival in Nottingham. It featured local and international female artists and girl bosses. I have been commissioned to illustrate the poster, flyers and social media images. The poster has been risographed by Dizzy Ink.
Work In Progress.
THREE MONTHS ON
Dizzy Ink presents an exhibition reflecting on the time spent after Brexit. Hindsight is beautiful thing: what opinions do the public now hold about the campaigns, the vote and the effects following the referendum, Three Months On? Through a series of workshops, curated submissions from both voting demographics, and their own designs inspired by informal debates, the walls of QUAD’s Extra Gallery Spaces will become a display of artwork reflecting our nation’s divided beliefs. The exhibition will be an evolving entity, as submissions from around the Internet flow from an E-printer within the space. Contribute using Twitter handle, @ThreeMonthsOn.
Using a single-colour printing method associated with official political applications, named Risograph, as well as the powerful lobbying method of wheat pasting posters directly to a public wall, the space becomes a mutual challenge of opinion. Our collective aim is to have the space continuously develop over the duration of the exhibition as it perpetuates the debate.
24th Sept - 20th November, 2016.
The Quad, Derby.