Vignette illustrations for the German fairy tale.
Next to a great forest there lived a poor woodcutter with his wife and his two children. The boy's name was Hansel and the girl's name was Gretel...
Playful, illustrative interpretations of Edward Lear's nonsense poems.
Illustrations for young children. Each spread explores a different colour.
A beguiling collection.
Detailing every fantastical, giant hat invented!
Joe knits lines messily.
No ordinary panamas qualify.
Revoltingly sensible trilbys unwelcome.
Visually weird, xtremely yummy zine.
This playful rooster illustration was inspired by the shapes and textures of several ancient artifacts displayed at The British Museum.
Different languages describe the rooster’s morning call in very different ways. Below are several hand-drawn examples of these linguistic interpretations.
A scene taken from the Christmas story. The illustration depicts Melchior, Caspar, Balthazar and Felicity The Camel as they "follow yonder star".
Playful character illustrations. Each of the designs features a different ‘member of the band’ with themes and colours inspired by a different fruit.
A promotional illustrations for business cards and mailouts. Would you like one? Email email@example.com to be added to mailout list.
A conteporary take on a vignette illustration of the classic fairytale Little Red Riding Hood.
This illustrated map shows just a handful of the birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles that are currently under threat in The British Isles.
1 red squirrel, 2 wildcat, 3 velvet scoter, 4 pine marten, 5 natterjack toad, 6 turtledove, 7 leatherback turtle
"Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman. Be he alive, or be he dead, I'll grind his bones to make my bread."
This is a contemporary take on a vignette illustration for the classic fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk.
A double page spread from a prospective children's book about two forest friends and their quest to curate the perfect exhibition. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org