I took a typographical approach to this poster to show the eclectic nature of the works shared across the walls of Yorks. I also toned down the black logo to a softer grey and this ended up deciding my colour scheme or grey and yellow.
Sunday, 13 October 2013
Thursday, 26 September 2013
Sunday, 14 April 2013
Thursday, 11 April 2013
My vision portrays Marling metaphorically dancing with the devil. She is immersed, overwhelmed, burdened under its weight, and in doing so has become 'The Beast'.
The depiction of the beast is influenced by Native American headdress along with the unforgiving, visceral beasts of nature which have now become her crown.
Wednesday, 13 February 2013
This week, along with promoting the Laura Marling illustration and awaiting results of the Stoker competition, I will be producing the final illustrations for Moon Princess, referring to the design I have digitally produced.
Quickly following up the Stoker competition I have just completed my 2nd competition entry of 2013, a Secret 7" design for Laura Marling's The Beast. This is only a window into the illustration which will be fully revealed very soon!
As a winner of the Florence + the Machine Secret 7" competition and Ladyhawke last year, I would love to complete the trilogy of awesome artists that I have produced record sleeves for!
The voting for the Stoker Movie Postcard competition has finished. 195 votes put me in 4th place and the judges panel will reveal the final results this Friday 15th February- FIVE overall winner will be selected. Watch this space :)
Monday, 4 February 2013
This is my entry for Talenthouse's Stoker movie postcard competition!
Voting ends in 7 days- and votes can be made both on Facebook on Twitter- if you like it, vote for it!!!
Click to see high resolution version!
Monday, 10 December 2012
Saturday, 17 November 2012
Tuesday, 6 November 2012
FINALLY! months and months ago a few hundred lovely people voted for this illustration in a Ladyhawke competition, it won, and here is the signed vinyl from Miss Hawke. Couldn't have done it without everyone's votes and Charlotte Elizabeth Vallance's adorable face. big love to all.
Sunday, 4 November 2012
Friday, 26 October 2012
Wednesday, 3 October 2012
Here is my maiden contribution to the annual Images competition, where I have been featured in this year's Best of British Illustration publication by the AOI, being represented by the 'Dorothy in the Deadly Poppy Field piece'. I have already begun pondering whether to do a sequel piece to it for the 2013 competition!
Friday, 28 September 2012
This is the very first sketch of a big new project I shall be working on in the next 6 months- year. I roughed this 5 minute scribble just to get into paper what Amelia will look like; inquisitive, ambitious, and ready for an adventure.