Portfolio Tag: illustration

Libby Lawrence

Cover design created for Libby Lawrence is Good At Pretending, by Jodi McAlister. Published by Wakefield Press 2022. Digital illustration made in procreate.

Cosy Girls

A digital illustration created for Flight by Paper Bird Volume 2: All Art a Story

I was delighted to make a drawing for Issue 243 of Overland Literary Journal, a quarterly magazine founded in 1954 and currently edited by Evelyn Araluen and Jonathan Dunk. This issue features work from the inaugural Kuracca Prize for Australian Literature, an award established in honour of Aunty Kerry-Reed Gilbert ‘rewarding excellence and generosity in […]

Customer Service Wolf : The Book!

The Customer Service Wolf comics were published by Affirm Press on November 26th, 2019. The book is no longer available, but you can read Customer Service Wolf in the webcomic archive.

Australian picture book covers translated into Noongar Language

Writer and Academic Cassie Lynch and I collaborated on a series of illustrations, with some much-loved Australian picture books translated into Noongar language (Wirlak), to celebrate the Children’s Book Council of Australia’s Book Week 2019 and coinciding with the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages. We reconfigured the coat of arms to feature Josephine from […]


An illustration and lettering for the cover of the September 2018 issue of UWA’s Pelican magazine. The theme was ‘Broken’, so I drew a blue and white porcelain bowl repaired with the Japanese Kintsugi method, with a Swan River scene adapted from the Willow Pattern crockery decoration. I hand-lettered the title so it had a […]

Style Diary : Year of Ethical Shopping

A Fashion illustration self-portrait. Melbourne label DEVOI is a small Australian designer specialising in original prints and simple shapes. In 2018 I challenged myself to buy clothing from ethical labels and or merchants I knew by name. This outfit features a thrifted silk blouse, Devoi’s skirt in the Bubblegum print, a purse by Esther at Togetherness Design […]

Robert Dessaix

A sketch on a paper bag in ballpoint pen from a photograph. Biro is one of my favourite tools to draw with, since you can layer crosshatching and build up tone.


A piece created for the inaugural Aperture Gallery group show, Ghosts, Spirits and Guardians, October 2017. A playful take on perfectionism done in the trompe l’oeil style, this well-thumbed paperback has all sorts of uses.