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Thursday, 23 June 2011

Stirling decline


Created for an article about the decline of the British Pound. . . . what a sad thing to have the dollar take over! 

Ive also been working on new styles at EBR Media, to add a bit of variation to my work and to the illustrations in the journals, here is a sneak peek at one of the new styles:


Thursday, 16 June 2011

You can now read the "Hidden Needs" article on the 'The European Business Review' website:
Check it out HERE.

You can also see another article I illustrated about extroverted leadership:


It basically talks about bosses that do not know how to listen to their employees!


Check it out HERE.

Monday, 13 June 2011

Tantrum magazine has Launched!

A few of the lovelies I worked with at Sketchbook have branched off and created a new edgy magazine all of their own - Tantrum has landed!

I was asked to contribute an illustration for them for an article about hologram print handbags!



It looks amazing, very edgy yet beautiful, would recommend checking it out HERE.

Friday, 10 June 2011

Hidden Fortunes

Some more images for 'The European Financial Review'. This article was about the hidden fortunes in chocolate, now that China and Japan seem to be entering 'the chocolate race', with the 5 big chocolate brands fighting to become household names there.



Thursday, 2 June 2011

Birthday and Social Banking


Yesterday was my birthday (wooo!) and what a lovely day it was, filled with family, presents and cake yum yum! I cant believe what a difference a year can make, this time last year I had just had my accident and was incapacitated in a leg brace, now I have a great freelance career, and new full time job as an art director at EBR Media, my god-daughter, a great bf and the health and success of my family and friends! What more could a girl ask for?!

So here are some more images I created, this time for an article on Social Banking: