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I am honored and oh, so proud to have been featured on none other than the BBC Travel blog The Passport. Yes baby, the BBC!
The lovely people at BBC are running a special feature on the illustrated maps produced for They Draw and Travel. My very pink and very girlie “Les Cafés de Paris” was one of the chosen ones. Check it out:
I’m so very proud!
Lots of love from Switzerland.
A few weeks ago, my Vintage Girls print went off into the world (to London, to be exact), to a brand new home.
It thrills me to think that some of my illustrations are brightening people’s homes and making them happy. It’s a huge honor and one that I don’t take for granted.
These signed prints are limited edition and printed on gorgeous paper. To purchase or just browse, visit my shop here.
Lots of love from Barcelona.
Instagram has made me lazy and I’m afraid I have been neglecting my poor blog. My sketchbook is full of new drawings and experiments and I keep forgetting to post them here. Bad illustrator! Bad!
Here is one of my favorite new scribbles. It’s called “The Cat Lover”.
New sketches coming up soon.
A summer tale of four sisters, two rabbits and a very interesting boy.
And finally, this is what the final piece looks like:
This was such a sweet little project. I loved the book (yes, I had to read it in order to draw this cover) and I tried to make good use of my newly acquired watercolor skills. The story itself is quite timeless. There isn’t an indication of when it’s taking place, so I took some liberties and decided to play around with acid colors and do something kind of retro-looking. It was a lot of fun.
Lots of love.