A Skulk Of Foxes Collaboration

Introducing the brand new range from my collaboration with the super talented A Skulk Of Foxes! Last year they approached me to illustrate some products and I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out! The range consists of sterling silver bird and fox necklaces as well as timber brooches, iPhone and iPad cases. All the designs are based on my original illustrations and hand made in the ASOF studio. You can check out the whole range here.


Hard To Find Magazine

This month I had the pleasure of illustrating the opening pages for the ‘creative’s issue’ of Hard To Find Magazine. As a seller on Hard To Find I was really to excited to be asked to contribute to their new online magazine which is packed full of super talented people and beautiful products.

There are 4 illustrations in the series, all done in paper collage. See below some work in progress shots. To view all the illustrations check out my portfolio section here, or click over to htf website to get your copy of the magazine.

Mollie Makes

The Dreamer Tea Towel has been featured in UK magazine Mollie Makes, issue 23. It’s available for sale here.

The (Sydney) Magazine – Christmas Gift Guide

So excited to be featured in today’s issue of The (Sydney) magazine. The Christmas gift guide includes the ipad/iphone cases I designed for A Skulk Of Foxes (more on our collaboration to come), as well as my Messenger Bird Brooch and Fox Necklace which are available through my Etsy Shoppe. Big thanks to The (Sydney) mag team for including me in such an amazing shoot!

Bowerbird Bazaar Markets, Adelaide

Bowerbird Bizaar Flyer

I will be at Bowerbird Bazaar design market in Adelaide this weekend (Friday July 20 to Sunday July 22) in the Stirling Angas Pavilion at the Adelaide Showground.

See the above flyer for details or visit the Bowerbird Bizaar site for more info: http://www.bowerbirdbazaar.com.au/

The Finders Keepers Market

I will be at the Finders Keepers Markets tomorrow and Saturday (evening of Friday 1st June and all day Saturday 2nd June) at CarriageWorks in Sydney! I was lucky enough to be asked to do the flyer for the markets too.

See the above flyer for details or visit the Finders Keepers website for more info.
I have lots of lovely new things with me, including artwork for sale, brooches, necklaces, tote bags, new prints and tea towels

Hope to see you there!

Christmas Collaboration

Christmas is quickly approaching and I thought I’d share with you a collaboration I did with Candy Stripe Cloud. These cute Christmas decorations are all available for sale online at www.candystripecloud.com You can even buy them in custom colours to match your tree! There are 11 designs in total and 2 wreaths as well.

RIDBC Old MacDonald App

At the beginning of the year I worked on a series of educational apps for the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) and I am pleased to say that the first one has finally been launched! Yay! Old MacDonald is the first in a series of six apps for the iphone and ipad and it is aimed at helping children – including those who are deaf or hearing impaired – to develop their listening and language skills. Having never worked on an app before I was super excited when RIDBC approached me to illustrate them. It was such a fun project as I had not done a lot of animation before either so it was great to work in a different format. Aimed at little ones between 2 and 5, the app includes games like help Old MacDonald on the farm, create your own animal sounds and even has a karaoke section! Below are some screen shots from the app and you can see more of the illustrations in my portfolio.
Click here to download Old MacDonald for iphone and ipad.

Real Living

Check out the Christmas issue of Real living magazine, it features my Lion Face and Partridge prints! Big thanks to stylist Briar Stanley, who also has a lovely blog. Both prints are available in my etsy shoppe.

Spare Parts Exhibition

Last month I was thrilled to be involved in the exhibition Spare Parts at the Brisbane Powerhouse. Curated by the amazing and inspiring Priscilla Sutton, each artist was given a pre-loved prosthetic limb to use as their canvas. Above is my finished artwork on a beautiful old peg leg. I created it by hand cutting everything out of paper and applying it to the prosthetic. Good idea at the time but super time consuming! It was such a great exhibition as not only did it showcase such a diverse range of artwork by lots of talented artists (Mel Stringer, Beastman) but it was also a great way to create a positive and open conversation about prosthetics. Brisbane band The Good Ship bought my piece to use as a stage prop! To see more info on the exhibition check out the blog.