For a couple of years I supplied weekly illustrations for a column in Sunday Life! Magazine (it’s the Sun-Herald’s glossy insert). They were retro based, reminiscent of old sewing pattern illustrations and utilised just yellow, black and a bit of pattern.
This little cutie is a bib, designed as a gift-with-purchase item for the now defunct Parents Magazine. The illustration needed to be fun, friendly and gender-neutral. We opted for a slightly retro, bird motif.
This editorial illustration was completed for Reader’s Digest Magazine in 2002.
For a couple of years, I illustrated weekly ‘how to’ columns, covering fitness, beauty, and craft for New Idea Magazine. They needed to be educational, accurate and pretty.
All were created with Adobe Illustrator.
This sassy young lady was illustrating an article about trying new things in the bedroom. Created in Illustrator and supplied as a CMYK, EPS file.
These tea towels were created for Delicious Magazine to use as an add-on gift. They needed to be ‘design’ meets ‘foodie’.
This cute little muppet was created for a kid’s book project – “Little Chopsy”. In a series of capers, Little Chopsy and her mate, “Mana Bananas” encountered the world.
Editorial illustration, The Sun-Herald, 2008. The brief: bright, fun and appropriately frivolous.
Experimenting with one of the hottest illustration trends, this low poly portrait is now my son’s gaming avatar. Possibly he is the coolest kid in the class, possibly with the coolest mum (or not…)