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Hello, I am an English illustrator. For these Giclée prints inspiration comes from flowers, landscapes, botanical illustration and the 'alien' plants that were growing in my own garden in Brighton, England. I also like to rummage around art supply shops (and car boot sales back home) for graphical drawing equipment such as stencils, French curves and mechanical pencils, which I use to create my drawings. For my larger works, the stimulation often comes from song titles like Sea Lion Woman, a folk song first recorded in the 1930s. I am also intrigued by artists/designers like TE, David Klein, Bruno Munari and Charley Harper. I have recently completed a series of illustrations for New Scientist magazine.

  • Female
  • Born on June 30
  • Joined June 21, 2011

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Mechanical Pencils, French Curves, Stencils, Compass

About

Hello, I am an English illustrator. For these Giclée prints inspiration comes from flowers, landscapes, botanical illustration and the 'alien' plants that were growing in my own garden in Brighton, England. I also like to rummage around art supply shops (and car boot sales back home) for graphical drawing equipment such as stencils, French curves and mechanical pencils, which I use to create my drawings. For my larger works, the stimulation often comes from song titles like Sea Lion Woman, a folk song first recorded in the 1930s. I am also intrigued by artists/designers like TE, David Klein, Bruno Munari and Charley Harper. I have recently completed a series of illustrations for New Scientist magazine.

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