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Archive Work

This page exhibits some of my past projects that do not fall into my current illustration style but still love.

John Murray Live Book Cover Brief
‘She That Lay, Silent-Like, Upon Our Shore’ by Brendan Casey

‘A cunning fable about humanity's relationship with the natural world, crisis and religion from a daring new talent.’

This book cover focuses on the quote “tornado of butterflies”. Despite the story having a serious undertone, I wanted to demonstrate the beauty of the nature described throughout the book through the butterflies.
 




‘Murder Most Unladylike’

My cover design for the children’s fiction book, ‘Murder Most Unladylike’ by Robin Stevens, shortlisted for the Penguin Book Cover Design Award 2022!

The tone of this story was very different to what I am used to illustrating, so working with a darker colour palette was definitely a challenge. I also created my own uppercase typeface for the title and quotes on the back which I have adopted in other projects - slightly altering the style to suit. I was so pleased with the outcome and fortunately had the opportunity to attend the awards presentations at D&AD in London!


1920s

This project takes inspiration from the 1920s from the illustration style to the makeup, hairstyles and wardrobe. I had tremendous fun creating these lovely female characters. 

The final outcomes for this were two large redesigned film posters of my two favourite films, ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ and ‘Sweet Home Alabama.’


‘Sleepless in Seattle’

‘Sweet Home Alabama’


Daily Drawings

Whenever I feel stuck with what to draw, I like to take inspiration from the artist Kate Bingaman-Burt and illustrate items from my life to get back into the groove! These are some of my favourites.

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