I am having an exhibition in Walthamstow starting on the 13th May 2016 of all my local drawings!
I’m selling some new screen prints with Print Club London. Here is a vending machine from Kyoto! Available to buy form the link below:
I’ve just finished a project for a new housing development on an island in Stockholm, Sweden. The island is called Kvarnholmen, opposite the island of Djurgården.
‘Here grows a new neighborhood developed with residential, commercial and fantastic scenery in a historic setting’.
You can see more HERE
Here’s my second sticker book which is coming out to buy in August! You can pre order HERE
‘The second in the vibrant series of ARTCARDS: original pieces of art made for you – and made by you! With 16 pull-out ARTCARDS to colour in and decorate with 20 pages containing over 600 stickers, this book features cheeky editorial and highly detailed contemporary illustrations’.
I took part in an interview for Creative Bloq, tips on what would have been good to know about before graduating!
I was asked to design this years RHS flower show poster for Tatton park! The Great Garden Carnival! There will be themed gardens based on the elements of Earth, Wind, Water and Fire…..
I did some posters for Converse in Japan. They’ve just been put up at Harajuku Station in Tokyo!
Accessorize with Hennie Haworth
Add some Oooh to your wardrobe with Art Cards Accessorize.
Learn how to make quirky paper jewellery with vibrant London-based illustrator Hennie Haworth. Hear about how she developed her incredibly cool, interactive, fashion themed sticker-art book and be inspired to design and decorate your own creations.
Suitable for children aged 6 and up
I illustrated this Paris-themed journal, for Compendium’s ‘Write Now’ Journal line. I just got a big box of samples! You can order a copy from here!
I am running an Accessorize book workshop on Saturday 2nd Nov at the Storystock festival, London!
‘In this workshop from the fabulous and brand spanking new Big Picture Press, Hennie Haworth, the lady behind Accessorize will be bringing a bit of glitz to Storystock! Her workshop will be all about creating the perfect accessory for girls aged 5 and over…’
You can book your tickets HERE!
I’m giving a talk at the Cheltenham Literary Festival, 6th October!
I’m really excited to say my sticker book has now been published! Here it is in the window of Daunt books, London! You can also now order a copy from here.
Today I received my first copy of my sticker book! It’ll be available to buy from September.
Here are some photos of it!
I just got a copy today, here are some photos!
The Royal Mail have new butterfly stamps out! I illustrated the presentation packaging for the stamps to be displayed on. They are on sale from tomorrow!
Here is an interview about my work space in this months ‘Computer Arts Magazine’.
The QI website has a mention of the book I’ve illustrated on their website!
I got a copy of the book I illustrated!
It’s called The Secret Museum, by Molly Oldfield.
‘The Secret Museum is a unique treasure trove of the most intriguing artifacts hidden away in museum archives from all over the world – curated, brought to light, and brought to life by Molly Oldfield in a beautifully illustrated collection’.
You can see more here:
I’ve illustrated a book for Molly Oldfield, called the Secret Museum. There’s an article about it in todays Telegraph Seven magazine! It’s going to be published by Harper Collins this Thursday……
I have prints for sale in this gallery in Walthamstow:
There’s a gallery launch this Saturday for any one whos about!
I had great fun talking to the students at Orleans Park School last week about working as an illustrator. Here are some photos from the day!
Thanks to Bangstyle for having me as their featured artist this month! See my interview here!
I was asked to customise a wireless mouse for Logitech’s Creative Spark selection. I just received a sample of one the other day!
Dough-nate! I have work in this fund raising auction at Nottingham Trent University on Friday 2nd Dec, 6-9pm, Hopkinson Gallery. Come along if you’re in town! http://weneeddough.tumblr.com/
Here is an interview I did for Ideas Tap about starting out as an illustrator.
A picnic blanket featuring my tea cups, for South Korea’s Hyundai Department Store.
Mister Magpie is having an exhibition in Tokyo at Sweet Room, Daikanyama, untill 5th June. Selling some of my things there also!
Recently I had a feature about me and my work in Taiwan’s DPI magazine, here it is!
Artists have created beautiful designs that can be made into origami cranes. A donation to the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund will allow you to download a design with instructions to guide you in making a crane.
Print Okushon has been set up to help raise money for the victims of the recent catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan. A multitude of talented illustrators and designers have been asked to kindly donate a print that will be auctioned off via ebay over the coming weeks. Please bid and grab yourself a lovely artwork for a necessary cause:
You can purchase here:
Furoshiki is a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. It can be used in multiple ways, for bundling or gift-wrapping all sorts of things – from lunch boxes or books, to watermelons and bottles of wine. You could even tie it into a handbag or use it as a scarf, a baby blanket or even a wall hanging. One simple and beautiful piece…
Size: 900 x 900 mm (35.4 x 35.4″)
Material : 100% cotton satin (lighter weight, smooth cotton)
Handmade in Japan, using Japanese traditional printing techniques.
Just about to send these to the Illustration Fair in Sweden. Soon these and lots of other things will be available on my online shop!
Biblioteksgatan 10, Stockholm.
25th-27th March 2011. Friday 25th: Fair for Advertising, web and design agencies and customers. Saturday-Sunday 26th-27th: Open to the public.
An Article about me and my drawings I did whilst in Japan in this months Computer Arts Magazine.
I am was one of 40 artists participating in Blackout Blisters, the third annual exhibition for Print Club London. This year, artists were invited to contribute 40 signed silk-screened prints, each incorporating a glow-in-the-dark element in the design. The first night of the exhibition the venue will be in complete darkness, allowing the artwork to truly shine. It runs from Friday, December 3rd until Sunday, December 5th.
Signed silk-screened prints will be available for £40.
If you cant make it there’s still one available to buy form here: