Set of 12 zodiac illustrations, originally created to be featured on Society6.com's December 2017 horoscope blog post.
Set of illustrations created for DropMix, a music mixing game developed by Harmonix and published by Hasbro in Autumn 2017.
My contribution to Light Grey Art Lab's BOTANICA show.
Silphium was a plant used in classical antiquity, nowadays considered extinct, for both medicinal and culinary use. It’s most famed (and debated) use is as both an aphrodisiac and abortifacient. Additionally, it is thought that the common symbol for a heart was inspired by the shape of the plant’s seed pod – depicted on coins of the time –, strengthening the idea of it as a plant of love and sexuality.
Original artwork featured in The Adventure Zine vol 1, a charity fan art book based on the comedy podcast The Adventure Zone.
Personal work/self-iniated mock editorial piece based around an article from 2010 that claimed that "in Texas alone, a hotspot in the robust market for the animals, there are more tigers in captivity than in the wild globally"
Self-initiated piece for my partner, of her and our cats.
I was invited by the Drawn Chorus Collective to participate in their latest show There and Back Again. For this, I based my works on Percy Fawcett - a British explorer who got lost in the jungles of Brazil in 1925 whilst searching for the Lost City of Z, a name he gave to a city he believed existed deep in the Brazilian region of Mato Grosso.
Self-initiated editorial piece based on an article about how prehistoric tombs may have been used as star-gazing observatories.
My last work of 2016 - a celebration of the coming year and hope that it will be a good one
Personal piece about struggling with anxiety and conflicting inner turmoil, represented by two fighting foxes connected through each other in an infinity symbol shape.
Two in a series of illustrations relating to animal familiars and magical tools created during the month of October in celebration of Halloween.
'E is for Echo the nymph.
Cursed, all she could speak was the last words said to her.
She fell in love with beautiful Narcissus but, being able to only repeat his own words back to him, he spurned her. Heartbroken, Echo spent the rest of her life alone until her bones withered and she ceased to be.
All that remains of her today is her voice.
Narcissus was cursed for his actions. He died withering away in front of his own reflecftion in a lake, heart full of a love that could not be - just like Echo.
But instead of a corpse, all he left behind on the lakeside was a single daffodil growing in his place.'
My piece for the Drawn Chorus collective's alphabet book 'Easy As'.
Black lion tamarins, inspired by Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and their hard work at saving this (and many other severly endangered) species.
A Mari Lwyd is a Welsh winter tradition, where a horse's head is mounted on a pole covered in cloth and adorned with bells and ribbons. Carried around by a group of people, the party would go door-to-door and attempt entry by challenging people to a game of pwnco - rhymes and song.