Without knowing, I had been a fan of Jessi Klein’s writing for a while (she works on Amy Schumer’s show!) so I couldn’t be more excited to have illustrated this piece she wrote for the NYT about epidurals and all the fun opinions random strangers want to share with pregnant women without being asked. Editorial work is always a pleasure but doubly so if the article in question actually makes you chortle rather unattractively as you read it. Check it out over on The New York Times.
Framework Magazine run an online feature where artists and illustrators show what’s on their walls and I’m happy to be part of this weeks showcase. If you’d like to see the best cat that was ever drawn as well as cheesy photos of Bruce Springsteen, have a look here at: frameworkmagazine.com
Delve is a weekly newsletter for movies and this week it features Love & Friendship, which looks amazing! As a huge Jane Austen enthusiast and big fan of everything Hüman After All creates (the studio behind Delve & lots of other great stuff) I couldn’t be more pleased to have created this week’s image for the newsletter. All images can also be purchased as prints in the Delve Shop in case you’d like a Lady Susan of your very own. I’ve already watched the trailer three times in anticipation, check it out here if you are interested: Love & Friendship Trailer. That woman’s a fiend!
Some leopards I drew the other day. Not sure what startled them but it’s kind of cute how confused they look. Nature! It’s so beautiful.
A set of illustrations I did for Martha Beck’s advice column in O Magazine about happiness, whether we chose it and how songs about emotions LIE to us all the time. I know she’s right but I still get weepy when I hear Michael Jackson’s rendition of Ain’t No Sunshine. Want to try it out? You can listen to it here and ask yourself, what you were doing with your life at 14.