Monday, 24 June 2013


I was lucky enough to get featured on Between 10 and 5 today! Super stoked!! You can read more about the weird junk I say about myself and my work here


Angie over at Lucky Pony really loved my zine, so she invited me to do my very first solo exhibition at Wolves! It has been super stressful getting everything ready over the last few month, but it was all worth it and it's been a real learning curve for me. Because I'm still busy studying design at the moment I didn't have as much time as I would have wanted so I decided to build on what I had already done last year. 

I created 15 original framed pieces plus I re-used my zine collections and postcards circus folks as A3 posters. I did get a little time to draw up five extra collections and one extra circus folk.

Thank-you!! to my lovely friend LouĂ©l Staude over at Johannesburg City Blog for taking these awesome photos for me. 

Saturday, 12 January 2013


I made a background out of all those animal and skeleton drawings. Enjoy.

Animals and Skeletons

Here are some drawings I did of animals and animal skeletons. I used most of them in my Museum Day poster. It's a combination of white gouache, fine liners and grey Copic markers.  

Monday, 10 December 2012

Gifting It Up

Like I said in an earlier post, Meryl, Martin, and I are doing hand made or personal gifts this year. Here are some of the things I've done. Nothing special but it's been fun so far.

Packaging: Front
Packaging: Back with initials 
Inside gifts: Postcards and delicates wrapped in tissue paper
Mix Tape Vol 1
View of the song selection

Brooches with gold edges
Magnets from my hand designs
And lastly I made my hand designs into brooches too

Sunday, 9 December 2012


I finally got my Behance profile up and running, so check it out: Here

Saturday, 8 December 2012

Wrapping It Up

It's that time of year... Christmas. Not my favourite, but hey. Friends of mine, Meryl and Martin, decided we should get a bit crafty this year and make each other gifts instead of buying them. Anyway, I decided to make my own packaging too: I used my stamps from my end of year project and tested them out on tissue paper and cheap brown paper bags. I think they look rather rad and its definitely more interesting than regular Christmas wrapping paper. Hope they like it.