A book of 90 stories selected by Roger D. Abrahams from across the African continent – from deep forests, broad savannahs, campsites, kraals and villages – to reveal both the diversity and interconnectedness of the people who live there. Divided into four parts, the book brings together creation myths and tales of ghosts, as well as ribald stories of mischief and magical adventures in the animal and human realms.
Into The Woods
This illustrated book was inspired by the writings of Henry David Thoreau. Written in 1854, the book Walden documents Thoreau's journey as he took life abode in the woods for two years. His diary reflected the simplified lifestyle as he explored the human spirit and the connection with nature. The pattern swatch below was inspired by my own observations with nature and are applied throughout the illustrations.
Autumnal themed illustrations for Citywire’s events brochure for New Model Advisor 2017. The annual event hosts an extensive range of events throughout the year and across the UK for the UK’s leading financial planners.
Like The Wind
Folk tales from around the waters of the world. Lino print. 420 x 594mm
The Three finger salute to celebrate the activities of modern day scouts.
A Will For The Woods
The Philosophers' Magazine
King's College London
This book collects together summaries of the current research taking place in the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Clinical Academic Group (CAMHS CAG). All the projects summarised in this book have the same ambitions: to prevent and treat more effectively mental health problems and disorders in youth. The majority of mental disorders begin in childhood and adolescence; by reducing youth mental disorders, we will ultimately improve mental health for people of all ages.