Editorial illustration for The Observer/The Guardian
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Here you can see all the illustrations I did for The Observer magazine
published on the The Guardian site.
www.theguardian.com
Thanks to The Observer for this special opportunity.


from the article titled: "Is sex the answer to your relationship woes?" ‘Just Do It. Your partner will be grateful, happier and therefore nicer, too,’ says Michele Weiner-Davis. Michele Weiner-Davis, the marriage-guidance counsellor, in this article explains why she thinks having sex – even if you don’t feel like it – is the foundation of a happy relationship.
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane 
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from the article titled: "I refuse to let cancer deprive my sons of their mother"
- Having been orphaned herself, Genevieve Fox’s desire to look after herself when she became ill was matched only by her urge to look after her own children. - 
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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‘Shyness didn’t happen overnight. It was a process of feeling exposed’
For Hayley Webster, shyness was a way of hiding herself in life. But finally she decided she didn’t want shyness to hold her back any longer…

Art direction: Joanne Cochrane
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from the article titled: "Walking out my grief one step at a time’: why I’m doing a 24-hour walk" ‘The walk is to remember my mum. I signed up for it last summer, on the same weekend that she died.’ 
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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from the article written by Maude Julien titled: 'How I escaped from my father's cult'
Maude Julien’s father tried to turn her into a ‘superhuman’ through a series of cruel experiments. Now aged 60, she recalls how she survived her her horrifying upbringing and began to lead a happy and well-balanced life.
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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from the article titled: ‘Narcolepsy isn’t funny’ – living with a sleep disorder
‘I want people to realize how usual sleep disorders are… because when sleep goes wrong, it almost always has a profound effect on our lives’
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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from the article titled: 'Is taming your ambition the key to a better life?'
Brits can be ambivalent, at best, about aiming higher –
maybe just earning a living and getting by is enough.
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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from the article titled: ‘I couldn’t sit still, I couldn’t be on my own’: how I coped with my crippling anxiety - ‘While hypochondria is an age-old affliction…
we are now mercilessly assisted by the internet’ -
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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from the article titled: ‘I never took my mental health for granted – now I’m reaping the rewards’: Because of our history, there has never been a stigma in my family about seeking help from an expert, including a psychotherapist, a life coach and a hypnotherapist.-
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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from the article titled: ‘You’ve heard of mindfulness, now meet its dynamic young cousin sophrology​​​​​​​’: A modern blend of yoga, Zen Buddhism, hypnosis and psychology, it’s huge elsewhere in Europe and on its way to the UK.-
Art direction: Joanna Cochrane
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