Happy holidays! x
Illustration for Sparknotes based on Meri Meri card from ASOS.
Happy holidays everyone!! Thank you so much for all the following, liking, commenting & sharing this year! I REALLY appreciate it ♥
This one was made for Sparklife. Visit Sparknotes to see all over their cute and lovely Xmas illustrations by all of their other super talented illustrators.
I was asked by Sparknotes to illustrate a last-minute Christmas gift guide for Sparklife readers. I loved making these! Click here to see all 21 illustrated products.
Ps. Santa, please bring me Benefit’s Feelin’ Dandy and the Ooh la la key-chain! xx
I was asked by Sparnotes.com to update the wardrobe of nine Disney princesses. I was happy to accept this fun challenge! Can you guess which princesses these are?
To see all nine princesses visit the story on Sparklife here.
For a while I thought I was going to escape the flu while everyone around me was getting sick. But there really was no way of escaping it and yesterday it finally hit me too. I will spare you a what I wore illustration filled with boyfriend jeans, slouchy sweaters and millions of tissues. Instead here’s another one of the back to school series I did for Sparknotes, while I go back to bed. Back with new work soon!
I was asked to draw 6 different back to school outfit ideas for SparkLife readers. I went for 6 different looks, from grungy to super girlie. You can see all the illustrations, plus some where-to-buy links here.
Another project for Sparknotes. I was asked to draw a series of summer essentials. These are 2 of the 8 illustrations I drew. To see the complete slide show click here. Enjoy your summer!
PS. Pizza is my boyfriend tank, similar here. Pineapple earbuds, similar here.
One of the five fictional heroines I drew for Sparknotes. This is what I imagined a modern day Elizabeth Bennet would wear. To see all of the drawings in this story just click here.
I’m happy to share my first project for SparkNotes with you. I was asked to create five first date outfits for their favorite fictional heroines. I loved making these and you can see the results here.