I had the great pleasure to be commissioned by Breathe magazine to do some editorial illustrations for Issue 11.
The feature was all about Food Myths and I supplied two illustrations for the article. Breathe magazine is a relatively new UK based wellbeing magazine with a focus on being in the moment, creativity and lifestyle. It’s a beautifully published piece and uses a lot of wonderful illustration through out.
Internal illustration for Food Myths article – Weighing scales.
Internal illustration for Food Myths article – Detox Drink.
Internal illustration For Time article – Watches.
I also had my watches illustration featured in the magazine a few times which was supplied via my stock agent, with whom I have a small number of illustrations that get used for various articles and magazines around the world.
I have been illustrating for Tesco for 2 years now illustrating a variety of things from craft projects for kids, to recipes. Recently I did two illustrations for two recipes. One was Asparagus 4 Ways, and the second was for a Pop Tart recipe. I wanted to share my original ideas and to show you the edited final. I really prefer the depth I created in the original asparagus piece, but Tesco asked me to to remove the texture on the table. I also added the title in the middle, and changed the positions and colours of the recipes on each section. The Pop Tart piece was originally proposed with the written instructions, but Tesco wanted it to be very visual with just the ingredients. I love the colours in this piece which came about after I was making a pattern on illustrator and accidentally created this palette. I HAD to use it somewhere!