Anxy No. 3: The Boundaries Issue. Anxy is a print magazine dedicated to exploring our inner worlds and smashing stigmas around mental health. Their third issue looks at the ways our personal struggles define the boundaries we create. For this edition I illustrated a comic about the complexity/ responsibility of hairdressers regarding people's security.
Is a small illustrated publication about the movie Annihilation and cultural reference to killer plants in pop culture.
For an article about Hypochondrism for Donna Magazine in their July issue.
I was asked by PapierMagazine @papiermagazine to contribute to their super exciting upcoming edition about the worldcup! I love this magazine ♥️ Here’s the piece I created “Girl gang going to Russia” this piece was a bit inspired by a project I did in 2012 about football fans- rooms and graphics.
It’s the 20th anniversary of Refugee Week, Thrive, the Hachette UK’s diversity Network commissioned me a tote bag for a fundraiser for Women for Refugee Women. It was inspired by a beautiful poem called Set Her Free, performed by members of the London Refugee women’s forum and women asylum seekers together ♥️ thank you Ebyan Egal for this lovely project @thrivehachette
This illustration was for an article about how legal processes are very confusing in the state of NY when people who committed a crime have a mental health issue. This was for The Appeal and commissioned by the lovely Anagraph
Created this Sportsgirl Campaign for their upcoming sale, with banners in print and digital.
Illustration for KnightsOf a new publishing house for young adults. This illustration explores the concept of being published for the first time.
I kind of love putting women in futuristic scenarios.
Illustration exploring the concept of Algorithm, I'm very interested in the invisibility of algorithms and how they sort of become a magical/mystical experience we accept, as their pervasiveness makes them more and more invisible and blended to life. It was inspired by the article Invisible Algorithms, Invisible Politics by Laura Forlano.
Is my ongoing personal research project, these visuals are about living spaces, body stories and technology. How are our experiences of perception going to change with VR?
Eleonora is a fictional character I created that embodies a woman that is trying to understand and gut what she is made of: Maybe passion, rebellion, anger, love. She sees red, and we see through her lenses.
I try to travel somewhere new every month! So travel illustration is a very important part of my life.
How do we tell the stories of female bodies? What languages emerge, what are the poetics and intimacies behind filling a space with a body?
is a small publication exploring the female body in the context of self care and beauty. How does the body fill the space when it's on its own, when it's not being looked at by anyone, how do we experience the intimacy with our own bodies. I'm interested in how beauty rituals are a very important part of the experience of womanhood and I would love to explore further how the evolution of these concepts are a key element to understanding the future roles of femininity in society.
Here are a couple of examples of visuals made inspired by brands that inspire me with the crossing of concepts they do.
COS and the gentlewoman had just released their brutalist guide to London, so I created a series of pieces inspired by this.