This is an artwork that I made for my cousin. I decided to try something a bit different, and make this artwork with layers of coloured paper and embroidery. I did the embroidery first and glued the coloured paper on afterwards. I used to make embroidered cards a few years ago, using patterns from a… Continue reading Dream Catcher Artwork
This is a card that I made for my grandmother for her birthday. It is handcut from black paper. For this card, I added a shiny textured paper behind the cutout, which looks awesome in real life, but doesn't show up as well in photos. The design is quite simple, so I felt that adding… Continue reading Birthday Card
There's a competition to design art for a Vlogbrothers calendar, which I've entered. Vlogbrothers is a YouTube channel, involving Hank and John Green. The calendar artworks need to be an interpretation of Pizza John, which is an inside joke and kind of hard to explain, if you don't watch Vlogbrothers videos, but here's a video… Continue reading Pizza John Artwork
I recently made cards for Fathers' Day. They are my original designs and handcut from paper. I made this first one for my dad, who loves penguins. The second card was for my grandfather. The illusion of the cubes isn't a completely original idea, but I do feel that I made it my own by… Continue reading Penguins and Patterned Cards
I cut out this AT-AT as a present for my cousin. I drew the design, obviously with a lot of help from the Star Wars films, and I'm really happy with how it looks. I'm not a fan of Star Wars, so this was made just for my cousin's benefit. I always love the shadows… Continue reading Star Wars AT-AT Papercut
I made this artwork last year as part of my Studio Arts assessment. In Studio Arts my focus was how fairytales, specifically The Little Mermaid, have evolved. I was inspired by the Disney version of The Little Mermaid for my modern interpretation of the story that's on the cover of the book. I used similar… Continue reading ‘Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover’ Little Mermaid Artwork
I made these artworks for three of my teachers last year as a thank you for teaching and putting up with me.
Here are two cards that I made recently. They are handcut out of black paper with coloured paper glued behind the paper cut.
I created these book covers for a competition for students a few years ago. Sadly, the competition only existed for two years, but it was fun while it lasted. I created the Alice's Adventures in Wonderland book cover in 2014 and won first prize, and the Inkheart cover, which I won second prize for, is… Continue reading Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Inkheart Book Covers
I’ve finished the layered mandala! I love it, and it fits in the frame, which is fantastic!