The 4 digital prints of this collection were inspired by the Mori Girl pastiche of European forest life. Each print tells a different story and needs to be looked at close-up to see all the little details. They are all hand drawn using a mixed media of ball-point pen, pencil and watercolour.
Pansies are my favourite flowers, they’re small, delicate and come in an array of colours and bicolours. You won’t find them in fancy bouquets but they remind my of my Nanny’s garden. My pansies are a little psychedlic and my favourite shade of purple!
If only having tea with the birds was as easy as slipping on a costume, unfortunately birds are not so easily fooled! This print depicts what I wish I could do sometimes when I want to get away from boring conversation with humans.
Birds on a Branch
These pleasantly plump birds may not look so elegant but they sit quite pretty on their perch. I like their indifferent little faces, giving a bit of attitude to an otherwise very feminine print.
Flora and Fauna
This formation of this print took inspiration from the structure of damask wallpaper patterns. It depicts a scene of forest life… a seamless web of interaction between the birds, bees, butterflies and flowers.
Which one is your favourite? x