I’ve been working on some new pieces, which will be translated to stationary ASAP, such as notepads, stickets etc, i’ve been in a strange mood lately and butterflies and birds are all i’ve wanted to draw, so i’ve been putting together some illustrations which are framed and ready to go in your home!
you can purchase these lovelies here! They’re great for christmas!
I’ve loved working on these, they’ve taken a while but i’ve been so busy, onto another shoot now which needs my attention!
Photography & Styling; Rebecca Louise Parker.
Hair & Make up; Siobhan Drew
Photographic assistant; JJay Johnson.
Illustrations; Natalie Lines.
Model; Alice @bookings.
This is the Business card design i’ve created for Georgie, she’s an all round creative, Designer, Photographer, Retoucher… i’m sure the list goes on, it’s been great to design her cards for her, I really kept it in the same style as her website, with the blues and pinks, i still wanted it to look clean, but keeping a warm vintage vibe, These will be printed digitally on 300GSM textured card so hopefully they’ll look gorgeous!
To get your business cards designed with an illustration or yourself/work get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
I do love the 90’s vibe that’s come round again, however i don’t know how long it’s going to last for, how long will it be until people over saturate the trend until we decide it’s old news, shrug it off uncomfortably and adopt a new decade?!
i’m already hearing grumblings on twitter about peoples dislike of girls over studding their jackets and over dip-dying their hair, I love trends, they’re popular for a reason, but is there such thing as too much of a good thing? I’m no stylist, so i’m guilty of being tempted by whatever is in the shops, but i am craving inspiration for something different!
i hope Fashion week breathes some fresh air into the fashion world which inspires us to take risks and dress a little bit differently to the rut i see people in….