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  • roy lichtenstein

    Pop Culture Inspiration

    Today I opened up my email and saw a very welcome email from Muzeli. There was a shiny new link that led to a site dedicated to the life of Andy Warhol. The image of a Roy Lichtenstein reproduction I did (see above👆) popped into my head and I remembered how much I loved both…

  • On Point Branding

    Now this is a brilliant piece of branding. For Qantas to celebrate it’s 100 year history they have released a new safety video. It’s brilliant. I feel like I want to take a Qantas flight just to see it on the plane itself. Good branding should make to think and feel something and this totally…

  • You Do You – in Branding and in life

    This is something I had in mind while I was designing my latest pattern collection. I wanted to be aware of the trends but not follow them necessarily. I wanted to completely ‘do me’, to let myself and my personality really shine through in my work. I think this is true in branding too. As…

  • Jungle Print

      An animal print fabric on 80s inspired clothing is just perfection. I drew the ‘Down in Africa’ print some time ago now and still love it today.

  • Featured on Print and Pattern Blog!!

    I’m very excited to share that some of my work has been featured on the very popular Print and Pattern blog! I took part in the Rise Design and Shine Folio Focus class and two of my works appear on Print and Pattern promoting the course.  Link here  

  • Perks from working from home

    There are many perks when it comes to working from home – there is zero travel time to and from work, I have the flexibility to pick up my girls from day care at at time that suits our family, but perhaps the biggest perk I’ve found happened recently and it’s when I became ill.…

  • Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it – Dali.

    Since I’ve been thinking more and more about my art lately, and what exactly I want to create, I realised I completely forgot about an artist I loved growing up – Dali! Lots of my school and uni paintings were based off surrealism. It’s funny (kind of more scary…) how you can forget what you…

  • How to make your brand fit it yet stand out

    This is becoming increasingly hard. Social media is great for connecting us, but it also means we can not only see what our direct competitors are doing but also what similar businesses all over the world are doing! This can be a good thing though, you can leverage off the brand recognition of more established…

  • Strong Girls

    I have two little girls of my own and have been thinking recently how I want to create work for the world, that I want them to see. I’m just at the infancy of this idea but I do plan to create more work based on strong girls, strong women, strong people!

  • Your Brand Needs a Story

    Think of your brand communication as a story. Chapter 1 is your logo – the first thing people see. Chapter 2 might be your IG account, where people get to know a little more. Chapter 3 is perhaps your website, a little more info is given etc etc you’re catching my drift now. Let’s stick…

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