China’s bid to dominate overland trade routes and the waters of the western Pacific. Article by Andrew Lambert for BBC World History magazine
A spot illustration for Brussels Airlines inflight magazine binspired.
For an article about how comedian Emma Knyckare suggested the creation of a women-only festival. The idea went viral and this summer kicks of the start of Statement Festival in Sweden
Illustrated logo for baking start-up Bake Oddity
Illustrated Pop art quiz for children's magazine, Aquila
For BBC World History magazine 2018
The UK and US are historically ‘the strongest alliance’, but they have also endured many shaky periods. Article by Kathleen Burke
Illustration for The Pool blog in partnership with EY.
US Surveillance illustration for BBC World History magazine
Research and development section of Bulletin magazine
Cover illustration for The Journal
Ghandi was a "bridge between foes" for BBC World History magazine
Iceni queen, defeater of Romans, Celtic badass. Lady hero.
Trump for BBC World History magazine
Love an aviatrice!
First woman of colour to travel in space. She also appeared in Star Trek and is just generally an all round excellent woman.
Illustration about Qatar and the surrounding Gulf states. For BBC World History magazine
India's role in WW2 being omitted from history. Written by Srinath Raghavan
See the rest here.
Fake news illustration for BBC World History magazine
Scuba divers and clown fish from children's picture book work in progress:
by Adnan Al- Sayegh, translated by Alaa Juma and Jenny Lewis.
The full range here:
A finished page from The Tale of the Whale.
The envelope for an Indian and English wedding.
Pen, ink, watercolour, pencil and digital.
A lovely private commission to illustrate a new baby's nickname for his bedroom.
Photo by alicebing.com.