1. Yesterday’s amazing annual picnic with Bright agency! So lovely to finally meet everyone! (at Battersea Park)

  2. Big announcement everyone! I am now officially represented by the amazing Bright Agency, whoop, whoop! I’m so happy, I had to make a celebrating crocodile :)

    To see my portfolio, click here.

  3. Little work in progress. More to come soon :)

  4. I was asked to create a book cover illustration and title typography for 20 Bajek Do Czytania Dzieciom Przed Snem (20 Bedtimes Stories) by Tamara Michałowska, a bigger version of a similar publication I also worked on here. Soon to be released in the UK and France.

  5. Warsaw blooms (at Tęcza)

  6. Here’s another little addition to the Borrowers series.


  7. hellolapau said: Hello! my name is Paulina Rosales, I am from Mexico. I am a designer and illustrator. I really love and admire your work, and I was wondering if you are carrying out your own art using 3D figurines, if so, what materials you use to carry them out? I have experimented with different materials, but nothing works for me ... hope puedad help me, greetings and again I can only say that your work is really beautiful!

    Hi Paulina, Thank you for getting in touch :) I’m so glad to hear you like my work and to answer your question, I use my own models which I sculpt using a material called Super Sculpey. It’s a polymer clay, that you can get in 2 main types: air drying and oven bake. I use the oven bake one as it allows me a lot more time before having to finish the artwork, but you might want to try them both to see which one is best for you and your artwork :)

    I hope you’ll have a great fun playing around with it!

    Good luck :) Marta

  8. Little work in progress

  9. After working on my previous Thumbelina image, I felt like I really wanted to carry on that little bit longer with this theme of teeny, tiny people. And so very recently I started working on this new illustration, loosely based on The Borrowers by Mary Norton and here is the result :)

  10. I was asked to create a double-page illustration for a touching article in the new edition of the Dance Gazette. The article is about the difficult transition professional dancers often face when leaving their stage careers as well the wonderful work the DCD does to help them with that transition.