OJO A OJO (Eye for an Eye)
A board game based in the traditional Spanish 'oca a oca'. The premise of this game is to allow people to gather and to have a fun activity to practice during the pandemic.
Lexicon Of Elements
A selection of analogue Marks, highlighting it's use for creating new images through colours and textures.
A MAP inspired by the existing parts of the brain and each function explained through abstract illustrations divided by vignettes.
BREATHING IN AND DIVING DEEP
An Editorial image for Oxford Student's article describing how yoga and it's symbols have become culturally appropriated in Western Society. Written by Anna Gunstone.
SHAKETEMBER by Shakers Bristol prompt- Juicy Fruit.
A cover for TJLJ's single Magic trip. Can be found in music platforms like Spotify and Soundcloud. Silkscreen print.
A Misty Landscape
Surreal misty Landscape in the desert, riso printed by Rizzo Studio, in Norwich.
Single cover for TJLJ.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU’VE NEVER SEEN *OLD MOVIE*?
Editorial Illustration for Mounting Off's Magazine article about film buffs, written by Matthew Cowan.
Stay At Home
Colour By Chance
Mini comic about the things that have kept me sane during lockdown.
Drawing of a Sphere
Printer, Watercolour and Collage experiments
La Montaña, mi casa
LAS 3 JOTAS
If Wishes Were Horses pt. 2
If Wishes Were Horses pt.3
If Wishes were Horses pt.4
Album cover for artist- Daniel Westcott Toi. Can be found in Spotify.
An imagined Northern Spain craft beer brand design. Focusing on cultural aspects, particularly musical.
Single cover for artist- Tom Baird. Seventh Sea is a song that talks about taking accountability of one's actions they regret and learning from it without leaving it in the past. Can be found in Spotify.
Collaged monoprinting. An image that portrays the colours of the sunrise.
Garden sketch 1
Gylly Beach sketch
Garden Sketch 2
Garden Sketch 3
Vinho EY Vino
Imagined brand of two wines defined by the variation of landscapes.
Garden Sketch 4 & 5
Oil pastel drawings of a garden with tropical plants in Portugal.
Betrothal is a word that can be linked to trapped, dependent and impersonal. It is a good thing for some but not for others. It can make one feel trapped and lose individuality.
‘A warm summer evening. As the sun sets behind me, the full moon is rising. It’s mid-August in the North of Spain’s Aragonese Pyrenees. The last beams of sun stroking infinite lands, and the purple and pink of the sky defining the plateaus ahead. You can barely feel it but there’s a faint breeze coming from the East, carrying with it smells of mountain wildflowers, cow and sheep stools. You can faintly hear cow bells and from a further distance, and a rumbling coming from the heavy dense clouds on the left. Suddenly the breeze starts to pick up and you can start to feel the smell of the rain, the floor and the landscape ahead become pink and the first drops start to fall. The turtle doves flew, she never knew, one day they did return. The weeping willow dances, dances and dances with the wind and rain, like she always did.’