“A fairy tale of everyday bravery and beautifully illustrated feminist handbook for the modern day” Unbound, Publishers
Now a bestseller, The Little Girl Who Gave Zero Fucks is a story about finding the courage to break from convention to choose your own way, encouraging people of all ages and genders to evaluate how many of their choices are based on the pressures of our society. Author Amy Kean writes;
This is the story of a brave young girl, Elodie-Rose, who one day decides to change the world and keep all her fucks in her basket.
“Hello to you, hello from me! We’ve just one life, not two or three… have you ever wondered what would be if you took your fucks and set them free?
Would your head explode? Nose disappear? Would weeds start growing behind your ears? I wonder what everybody would say if you showed how brave you are, one day.
If you grew so tall, everybody saw that you are destined for much, much more. When your heart is heavy and your story sucks be the little girl who gave zero fucks.”
Illustrations I made to celebrate Pride, featuring characters from queer cult films “Call Me By Your Name” and “But I’m A Cheerleader.”
Cover design for a comic book called “Beyond This Place,'“ created as a collaboration between Willow and women of Edinburgh to allow them to tell their stories on using self directed support funding. The process involved a workshop I gave on storytelling through comics, along with learning the womens’ unique stories.
The design for the Schönemann wedding invitations evolved into enamel pin party-favours that were presented to guests at the reception.
Girls And Monsters
Cover design for Girls And Monsters by Louise Kean-Wood.
A cover design for Barnstormer Comics' "Star Jaws," inspired by the Arthurian references of the Star Wars universe.
character designs created for Kiki McDonough during racing season.
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
An infographic created for Scriberia Ltd and Virgin Movies on the release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in 2016.
Made for the Charles Dickens Museum, London, for an exhibition of John Kenney’s illustrations of Dickens characters.
A poster design for Pepe Pryke’s Pantodine, a pantomime themed supper club Christmas event.
Illustrations for a comic series about urban witches who run a dive restaurant called Magical Grill.