Old world jay from the Field Museum (project on behance)
Updated with a link to it & my other scientific illustration on behance
Playing with colour and lines on an unfinished sketch of some leaves from the Field Museum
Foxglove, Wolfsbane, Cerbera Odollam, and Belladonna (x) | 2014
Part of the Poisons series
Each napkin features an intricately hand embroidered illustration of a flower which, if in one’s meal rather than decorating one’s serviette, would kill the consumer. These are part of an ongoing project that aims to juxtapose items from within the delicate feminine sphere- embroidered flowers, napkins suitable for a sit down dinner- with deadly poison, playing with femininity that becomes fatal within its own, outwardly dainty parameters.
Because when we told my friend Stonehenge was an old train station she believed us for months, until 20 minutes before we actually got there. She was disappointed she wouldn’t really be able to play train conductor, and we felt bad.
Polished, 2014 (x)
Polished is a would-be self portrait, acknowledging the part of me that wants to intentionally construct a facade of refined, socially approved femininity. It’s compulsive in nature and generally kept under wraps, but if given free reign, it would use hairspray and probably aim to marry rich.
A highlighter and pen sketch for The Lovers tarot card, to start laying out some ideas
A few scientific illustration drawings, all done at the Field Museum in the past 1-2 months.
A work in progress, originally from my instagram. Some new comics/illustrations coming soon once I can photograph them properly!