I am really enjoying working on a diverse range of book projects, pop-up books, board books, and four different craft/make books. However, it does mean my time is limited in terms of self-motivated projects. I am trying to get some done, as it brings me a lot of joy and it sometimes leads to new book ideas. Here is the finished Woodland Alphabet print. I am rather fond of the Fox character, which I named Oscar after, er . . . Oscar! I also have a warm spot for the Bear, who I think slightly regrets the decision to wear a bow tie.
The print will be available in the Finch and Robin shop as well as my Notonthehighstreet shop. If you are visiting Edinburgh anytime soon (the festival is coming!), it will also be in stock in the Red Door Gallery and Curiouser and Curiouser.
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Tags: a-z, abc, alphabet, art work, Curiouser and Curiouser, kids room, notonthehighstreet, nursery print, Red Door Gallery, woodland
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My sister and brother-in-law have recently being giving their daughter a new room, it has involved a lot of sanding down walls and painting! They also asked if I might contribute a piece of artwork and, as I love both my niece and creating artwork for children, it wasn’t a difficult decision! In the end I went for a castle design as she loves disney princesses – but I wanted to make it more colourful and graphic so she wouldn’t grow out of it too quickly.
After a couple of requests for the same image I am thinking of adding it to the Finch and Robin shop with a customisation option.
Here is the result. (I also couldn’t help working up a boy’s room version!).