Inspired by our little Pig the sausage dog, I did some doodles of her just for fun on a whim of motivation. I still need to do ‘the meercat’ but I’ll keep going when she gets into other cute positions that are easy to turn into doodles. Happy Monday! Enjoy for now.
Posts Categorized: Illustration
Happy New Year! I hope everyone has had a wonderful first week. I had a lovely first few days at home and returned to London a week ago ready to go back to work on Monday. I think within two days of getting back all my energy has been zapped and I already feel exhausted… Read more »
It’s that time of year. Standard British winter has hit with the grey skies, wind and rain… although it’s surprisingly warm for this time of year. But hey, Christmas has been and it’s be a brand new year very soon, so who cares about the weather with family, fun and new prospects on the horizon. I’ve been… Read more »
I’ve never really taken an interest in jewellery. I used to really love making it when I was a kid, like funny bracelets for my mum but it never really got any further than that. The most my adult self wears is a necklace which I keep trinket memories on. It started out with a… Read more »
Dogs dogs dogs. I love dogs. I’m really not a cat person, I do like them but I wouldn’t want a feline friend – I’m all about the happy little waggy tailed doggies. Sometimes when I’m feeling too busy, a bit down or just need a little pick me up I’ll use their happy little… Read more »
This week I’ve decided to focus on Finnish design company Marimekko. I love the bold patterns, colours and illustrative styles and think their art direction is pretty darn great. It has to be said. I’m not the worlds most fascinating person when it comes to fashion as I don’t really have an active interest in… Read more »
This Tuesday I was fortunate enough to attend the private view of the Central Saint Martins degree show, Show 2 (Inspired by the RCA I see). This year marks a special year for the graduates as they are the first group to have just attended the Kings Cross campus. The year my class graduated was… Read more »