New Yorker Magazine
I was so super happy to work for New Yorker last year! As an avid reader of over 3 years it felt so good to draw for them. Article was on Bullshit jobs - you know - the ones that almost feel made up and with the employees in question kinda whiling time away with endless coffee breaks, futile tasks and feet aimlessly up.
Article was about the rise of cool medical apps where men can deal with their sensitive issues - for example baldness. So yeah, how one illustrate baldness? Was fun challenge.
How to Give Constructive Feedback? This one was for Wix and their general guide to creating a positive framework for developing discussion around projects in a working environment. "The Tear-Free Critique: Giving (and Receiving) Constructive Feedback"
Did couple of illustrations for Pull&Bear's app landing page explaining the services of the APP.
Jon Hopkins Health Review
Was a spot illustration for a story about a teen health app that is designed to link teenagers to sources of information on a wide range of health topics, like birth control, mental health, job training, etc.
Barra Chocolate Packaging
So pleased to have worked on a chocolate wrapper! It comes from Chile and is made with goat's milk. Nom nom nom 🤗
So happy to have worked for Apple again! The promo I got asked to illustrate featured a collection of books that are supposed to help you guide through awkward talks with your family. Yup, sometimes books can be quite an essential tools 📕📗📘📙
Show at tokyobike London
Tokyobike store in London invited me to host a show in their space and I said yes.
I worked for Chirp last year! Chirp sends data seamlessly over sound waves and thus enhances end-user experiences and adds value to existing hardware 💪✨
University of the Arts London window display
I have been selected last year to do a vinyl window design for my alma mater UAL in London. Seriously honoured 💖