A selection of work from the last few years ranging from bright and bold covers for soon to be released novels to fully illustrated science books for kids and even my own book, Papercut
My Amazing Body Machine
A set of 50 anatomically correct paper artworks designed to take young readers on a journey through Sir Robert Winston's explorations of the human body. Each illustration was created with layers of hand cut paper and guidance from a team of scientific consultants.
Frankly in Love
This soon to be released novel was written by David Yoon and explores themes of race, cultural identity and love all in the form of a coming of age summer read. We designed the cover to reflect the bold themes and youthful world that Yoon creates.
How We Learn
Also soon to be released is our cover for Stanslas Dehaene's 'How We Learn'. This cover was created from layers of intricately hand-cut paper reflecting the complexity of how our brain learns as discussed in this book which explores how the human brain learns through different stages of life and ' finds the boundary of computer science, neurobiology, and cognitive psychology to explain how learning really works and how to make the best use of the brain'
Our first book exploring the contemporary world of papercraft art and illustration. Papercut showcases the work of twenty five leading artists around the world and delves into their working lives. The success of Papercut lead to the curation of an exhibition featuring workshops and talks
A Winter's Walk
Illustrated panoramic scenes lead you through the story of a little boy on his wintry journey home with a present for the Christmas tree. Each spread was created painstakingly with hand-cut paper layered up and contains real twinkling christmas lights throughout the book