Top Drawer London

For the first time I'm excited to share I'll be exhibiting at the major trade show Top Drawer.

There has been a huge amount of preparation and work put into this including loads of new products that I'll be showing for the first time.
I'm really looking forward to showing the new prints, as well as other new products I hope to make more of in the future - this includes notebooks, notepads and wrapping paper.

If you're attending I'd love for you to come and say hi, I'll be in the Spotted section at stand SP126.

Here's a bit of a sneak peek from my listing on the website. (Click the image to see more).

The Mammals print

I'm excited to finally be able to show the Mammals print I've been working so much on! 

I've wanted to make some more nature based work and kept thinking of the educational natural science posters I would see in school and at museums, so I made my own contemporary version.

This is available in the shop now, and don't forget the code 'loyalty10' for 10% off.

Some of you may have seen the animal cards I've been adding to the shop as well- these all come together to make the Natural History style print. Some are available now and more will be coming soon. Alex.

The map of Rome

Fortunately I've had the chance to work on another city guide map - this time it's Rome.

Originally this map was commissioned for the lovely travel blog Dusty Rainbow. Huge thanks Chelsea!

I have some great memories of visiting Rome. The first time was me and my friends when we were just about 16. Going without family or 'adults' we definitely had a good time let loose in the brilliant city.

The second time was a bit more of a cultured and grown up visit in my second year at university.
We did loads of walking, drawing and exploring the historical sites, and ate, drank and enjoyed gelato. 

So after my experiences with Rome I was really happy to have been asked by Chelsea to produce a map of the city, and add it to my growing city map collection alongside London, Paris and New York.