Tag: sarah wilkins illustration
Existential therapy isn’t new. Who knew?
Kicking off the new year with this illustration for The Atlantic and a fascinating topic – Existential Therapy.
My new cover for the Los Angeles Times Gift Guide for 2018
For Brio Magazine
Change for the Better
In a rare interview, Elena Ferrante describes the writing process behind the Neapolitan novels
For Los Angeles Times – L.A. Affairs
For ANZ Bank in recognition of International Womens’ Day, 2018.
Rebel Girls 2 arrives in the UK
It was great to see one of my four portraits for the Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls books featured in this weekend’s article in the Guardian upon the release of the second volume in the UK.
2018 Blooms! Happy New Year
New for Vim & Vigor
It’s great to see my illustrations for this spread on putting a life care plan together in Vim and Vigor magazine.
Life in the Big Apple, with a Big Dog!
Double Date Dilemma
My illustration for Beth Reno’s story of dating two best friends, on the same night. For Los Angeles Times.
Being Bold for Change
The Book That Made Me
A sneak-peak of my cover for the Penguin Random House edition of “The Book That Made Me“.
“Just as authors create books, books create authors — and these essays by thirty-one writers for young people offer a fascinating glimpse at the books that inspired them the most”
International Women’s Day – Time to Stop Fixing Women
My piece for a great article in ANZ Bank’s Bluenotes about how women’s place in the workplace can be changed for the better.
New Year – New Adventures
Wishing everyone the best of things for 2017 and hoping we all have the chance to step into an exotic adventure or two.
Warm Memories Of Summer
For Cassandra King’s article in Coastal Living Magazine, reflecting on picknicking on the sand, riding the waves, and coming of age in a magical Florida beach town.
Online Dating – for Seniors
Welcome to the adventures of computer dating for senior citizens. My illustration for an enlightening article in Los Angeles Times.
The Sam & Lucy Fables
After the seeds of an idea were sown by friend and author Alan Bagnall, a book has grown! The Sam & Lucy Fables is full of subversive wit as two pigs intervene and help those silly grown-ups with all their little problems in life.
Published by Makaro Press.
Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself
Surveillance is part of daily life on the border. But how much do the people watching us know? What do they see? And how much of our privacy are we willing to sacrifice in the name of security?
For Texas Monthly.
Become an Activist and Fall in Love.
My latest illustration for Los Angeles Times and a story about finding love as an activist on campus.
Because it’s Good for You
My illustration for an article in Cooking Light magazine on the benefits of water in the diet.
For Coastal Living magazine.
The benefits of pet ownership
Illustration Age Feature
Nice of the folk at Illustration Age to feature my work, describing it as “magical”. I’m flattered.
Where the Sidewalks End
New for Texas Monthly. A story I could sympathize with, as a keen and sometimes frustrated pedestrian.
A French theme for Coastal Living
Hypsoé Parfums – Paris
Something new for Hypsoé Parfums. Illustrated packaging for the Salon Maison et Objet, Paris.
It’s Like, Love
For Los Angeles Times. My illustration for a story about finding love among 357 likes.
Tohoku Food Marathon & Festival 2016
I was delighted to be commissioned to produce the poster for next year’s Tohoku Food Marathon and Festival.
Held in Mayagi, Japan and in collaboration with the Marathon du Medoc (France), the Tohoku Marathon is helping to revitalize the region affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011.
With products on exhibit from the region and the beloved cherry blossoms in full bloom, it’s a positive, family-friendly event that’s gaining more and more popularity each year.
100 Holiday Reads
My cover for the weekend Daily Telegraph, UK.
And what a fantastic list! Check it out here.
Love in L.A.
Another for the L.A. Affairs column of the L.A. Times. This time an article about a relationship with a musical thread.
Love on the Couch
For a recent article in the L.A. Times about starting a relationship, and a $10 couch.
‘Til the Well Runs Dry
For the paperback edition of ‘Til the Well Runs Dry, by Lauren Francis-Sharma.
New Book Cover
While not quite on the shelves yet, The Marriage Test by Jill Andres & Brook Silva-Braga is almost there.
Check out the progress here – it looks like fun.
WIA 2015 Show – London
The World of Illustration Awards show is up with my two selected pieces (below). The show runs until 1 November, at Somerset House, London.
Other People’s Possessions
In a small Martha’s Vineyard cottage, this writer explores the
artifacts and possessions of owners and visitors past.
Article by Jane Gross, in the July issue of Coastal Living magazine.
dpi Magazine Feature
After my visit to Taipei earlier this year, dpi magazine Taiwan approached me for an interview via email. I gratefully accepted, and here in the latest edition is my six-page profile.
Dpi also features an article about the World Illustration Awards 2015, of which I am a finalist, with the two pieces in the previous post selected. The AOI article is up here.
WIA Awards Shortlist 2015
I’m delighted to have these two pieces shortlisted for the World Illustration Awards 2015 – in association with Directory of Illustrators and Association of Illustrators. The exhibition takes place October 15, at Somerset House, London.
The Dating Game
For NeurologyNow magazine and an article about dating when you have a neurologic condition.
Zen & The Art of Law Practice
Lawyers today are more stressed than ever. Can mindfulness transform the profession? For Northeastern University School of Law.
My illustration for the cover of the summer edition of 3H+K, a beautiful new magazine from Finland.
Your questions answered by Smithsonian experts
What did insects evolve from? For the latest issue of Smithsonian magazine.
Cooking Light and diet talk
The right way to talk about weight with your kids? Not at all according to this article.
In the June issue of Cooking Light magazine.
Love your vegetables
Sticking to the diet theme, another illustration for Cooking Light about increasing vegetables in your cooking. Yum!
A new book cover
Here’s a sneak preview of an as-yet unreleased book cover. Makes me want to put on some gardening gloves myself….
On the drawing board
Part of an ongoing project with a wise author, and his story about two wise pigs – and a wise girl.
All about alcohol in your diet
Inside the writer’s studio
This weekend in Boston Globe.