Monsters

Illustration

No one knows by now how the monsters were born. Well, maybe I do. Let’s just say it involved watercolour, coloured pencils and a bit of magic.

Let me try once again.

No one knows why the monsters were born. But straight away they started creating a world of their own, populating screens and surfaces. And getting hearts and smiles along the way.

This personal project was meant for the audience of 4-6 year olds exploring colours and emotions.

In an official beauty contest (judged by an honourable jury of children) Mr. Green and Pink had the strong lead. The adult panel voted nearly unanimously for Mr Purple as he looks serious, confident but also mischievous.

My personal favourites are Mrs Red and Miss Yellow. I might see them as myself on a good and bad day.

Which one will be your favourite?

Evidently, the monsters got out of the screen and became a part of my day-to-day.

Monsters Case
Phone case featuring Mrs. Red
Monster Stickers
Stickers
And it is hard to say where we might find them next…

Tasty Tidbits

Illustration
Prawn Pasta Tasty Tidbits

One of my favourite easy and healthy recipes – prawn pasta – created on assignment for the School of Motion “Illustration for Motion” course.

Project: TastyTidbits, a food blog dedicated to sharing simple, healthy recipes for busy people was trying to reach a wider audience through social media. The client was looking to highlight the four main ingredients from various recipes through an Instagram carousel post. TastyTidbits wanted the style to feel fun, quirky and natural/handmade. The logo was provided.

Outcome: 5 illustrations featuring the dish and four individual images of highlighted ingredients. The project is created in Photoshop.

Instagram carousel post

In case you got hungry, here is the recipe 👩‍🍳