female illustrator

Jessie Marion King featured image

Jessie Marion King (1875 – 1949) was a well-known Scottish illustrator who specialised in children’s books. She also painted pottery and crafted bookplates, jewellery, and fabric. King was a member of the Glasgow Girls, a collective of female artists.Read More →

Hattie Stewart Doodlebombing featured image

Hattie Stewart is a London-based painter and illustrator. Her tongue-in-cheek artwork glides smoothly between various creative sectors, including Fashion, Music, and Contemporary Art, despite the fact that she is best known for โ€˜doodlebombing’ over influential Magazines.Read More →

Charlotte Edey is a British printing, textile and embroidery artist & illustrator. Her interdisciplinary discovery of the intersections of identity and the spiritual reveals the symbolism and myth within her work. Womxn’s experience of colour is centred in her commentary on the politics of space.Read More →

Sara Gironi

Sara Gironi Carnevale is an Italian graphic designer and editorial illustrator who, through her ironic and satirical artworks, has developed a reputation for confronting contemporary issues.Read More →

I was noticed Fatinha Ramos’s illustration of a woman doing a yoga pose. I was reading Scientific American article on How Yoga May Bolster the Brain Regions Most Affected by Aging. I really love her illustrations.Read More →

Beatrix Potter - Peter Rabbit

I spend and inordinate amount of time on Social Media sourcing and researching illustrators. The following are some of the illustrators I have enjoyed sharing over the last couple of weeks.Read More →