When you look up in London you see the architecture, but you miss the faces in the crowd.
I used to think that if you exhibit enough will power and manage the symptoms effectively you could never really be properly sick. Mucus-y runny nose? Blow it. Tickle-y cough? Hold it in even if your chest is about to explode and your eyes are pissing salty water. If your throat is sore gargle salty water and scrape that lurgy out with the gurgling action of a good old fashion exorcism.
A lush green plant table repeat pattern and a lady who’s either catching well positioned rain or throwing some confetti in the air. I brought these two projects together to create a lady who could just blend into the background. But what can I do with her next that’s not been done to death?
The curious industrial area just North of Kings Cross shines bright with colourful inspiration on a sunny Autumn day.
Wandering the streets of London I pass some amazing buildings painted bright and bold. The Falcon building caught my eye and I used the image to make a colour swatch palette and applied that my girl’s outfit.
A sketch of a very focused knitting lady which went from stashed in my sketch folder to a colourful illustration and then to productivity gif, now she constructively knits over and over forevermore.
An insight into how a moments inspiration was taken from a watercolour painting all the way through to a fabric print concept for a button-up shirt.