When the Design Museum announced a few years ago that they would be moving to Kensington I was so happy. It's previous location was a pain to get to and was far too small to do their collection justice. Also, you had to pay to...

I recently brought myself a small box of Winsor and Newton Designers Gouache as I have been itching to try out painting with these for a while. Acrylic and watercolour have never felt good to me. They make me feel uncomfortable and lacking in skill,...

My DIY Mini Makes challenge is still growing strong. I just finished week 2 and made two really cute air dry clay pieces. It's all a bit of trial and error, but I am trying to have low expectations on how things turn out. However, this...

I set myself a challenge to make an Air Dry clay mini object every week for 12 weeks. I want to be spontaneous and see what happens. Maybe my objects will be greatly improved by the end. Week 1 is complete and here is my first...

Today, I wanted to share my intentions for the next 12 weeks. My plan or manifesto, if you like. I have been so inspired by all those taking part in the 100 days of project, but I wanted to do something that wasn't daily and that...

Recently, I was lucky enough to be asked to work once again with the team at Bulletin Magazine on an internal editorial illustration. Last year I did a typographic cover for the magazine, which was my first cover art, and my overall experience with the...

I love pinning DIY projects onto my pinterest board, and although I don't always have the time to do craft projects, I love knowing that I only have to look at this one board for a whole bunch of inspiration. Weekends are great for trying...

Here is my second instalment of sharing my sketchbook spreads. This week, I took inspiration from the page of teacups I did as part of the Creative Bug Daily Drawing Challenge. The designs were screaming greeting card designs, which I did in one day. The...

As promised, I am starting as I intend to go on this year, by posting my sketchbook spreads. Drawing in my sketchbook has only recently become a thing for me. Before, I used to dive into digital work with barely a rough. You can read...