When Jennifer fell in love with the subject of bioluminescence after unexpectedly witnessing sea sparkle for the first time, she developed a fascination with the phenomenon, and pitched her idea for a children’s book.
Working with designer Kate Haynes, they explored different printing techniques, deciding on selectively using fluorescent spot printing with expanded gamut, so the illustrations seem to really glow!
This illustration was commissioned for Incapto, an ethical and ecological coffee brand from Barcelona, Spain.
This series of collectible packaging is part of a limited edition’s coffee, the special spring edition.
The coffees that make up the blend are mainly African, so this illustration plays with African flowers, birds and other elements to describe this fruity coffee with a floral taste.
This illustration is inspired by Carl Linnaeus’ Flower Clock, which conveys how plants undergo daily rhythms of wakefulness and sleep.
DNA strands portray how this relates to the human body, while inside the clock are depictions of a person’s life whose circadian rhythm is disrupted.
The separate elements were drawn with charcoal pencil before being constructed and edited in Adobe Photoshop.
This illustration was inspired by the Michael Pantuso quote “Wherever the Chelsea Bee may travel, her journey is a joy to behold. For in her wings and in her dance, there’s a London story waiting to be told.”
This illustration project is a series of integrated artworks in the new Metsola nursery school in Espoo, Finland.
The work is part of EMMA Espoo Modern Art Museum’s public art collection. The series consists of printed facade murals, interior murals and glass door pattern designs.
The works give themes to the different entrances and interior spaces and help children navigate in the building.
For ‘Beyond Bloomsbury: Life, Love and Legacy’ at York Art Gallery, Lydia was commissioned to bring to life the vibrancy of Bloomsbury’s work through large scale surface patterns and decorative objects. Painted over 5 days, the floral centrepiece created a rich backdrop for the exhibition, inspired by the busy, lively and enriching environments in which the group lived and worked.
This mural was created for the newly opened Orientarium, a building located in Łódź ZOO in Poland.
Aleksandra was asked to depict animals that you can find there. Since the wall was located in a narrow passage, and it couldn’t be seen from the far, she wanted to make the mural elaborate, and full of detail. Fur, scales and feathers were a big inspiration, and she could see live models in the zoo!
Katy and her partner Gabriel Greenhough were approached by award
winning podcast – On Being to create this beautifully animated
celebration of the natural world. With a mix of 2D and 3D animation,
Katy’s incredible illustrative animation takes viewers on a
sumptuously transitioning journey through forests, oceans, galaxies
We might pass these spaces everyday, but rarely stop and look.
Becca designed these prints as narrow landscapes to create a visual journey, so the viewer experiences them as they might in real life: first we see large or dramatic animals, but a closer look shows the huge diversity of other wildlife.
The series was meticulously researched via local Wildlife Trust courses & the UK Biodiversity Framework.