DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION PORTFOLIO
I DRAW SIMPLE LINE DRAWINGS TO DRESS UP YOUR ONLINE CONTENT
I drew this illustration of a book to bring life to a book review that I published on my blog.
I could then use the illustration to promote the blog post on my social media profiles.
When the author commented and retweeted my post I followed up by editing the original post and adding a character illustration to show my excitement!
I created this illustrated infographic using the combination of a free Canva template and original freehand digital character drawings.
The infographic was used in a blog post to add visual interest and simplify information.
I then split the infographic into two parts so that I was able to publish them onto my Instagram feed as a 2-page sliding post.
I used a variety of different types of illustration to add humour to a series of blog posts that I wrote to comment on a new collection of planners by Filofax that were designed as a limited edition to celebrate their 100 year anniversary.
The product review included a complaint, and therefore humour was used to soften the content and provide entertainment as well as value.
I also included an infographic (below) to visually show my thoughts about the purchase. All illustrations were published in the blog posts and on the social profiles.
I create illustrations for
The Houseplants Edit,
a blog about plant care.
This collection of infographics and product/character illustrations are from a post about indoor plant terrariums.
I created this illustrated map of Tufnell Park, and a few location drawings including a local park, street corners with cats and foxes, and a popular cafe.
They were for a blog post describing a city-backstreet dog-walking route on a fun illustrated dog blog.
Here is a selection of character illustrations and scenes, drawn for blog posts and social media.
Here is collection of pet character illustrations drawn for a fun dog blog
A magazine mockup I created - just for fun The layout mimicks "Breathe" Magazine.