Monthly Archives: September 2012

OuterEdit starting soon!

I blogged about this a few months ago, and now it’s finally here, the collaborative project for OuterEdit is about to start… They came to London and filmed a little video of me and here it is. I’m a little … Continue reading

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Max and Mei website

A fab new website has been launched for the Max and Mei series of bi-lingual children’s books I illustrated. The books are Mandarin-English and really great fun. The new site features all the characters from the books, and all sorts … Continue reading

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canelé bordelais

A canelé is the speciality pastry of Bordeaux, invented in the 18th century. It’s flavoured with vanilla and rum, with a dark caramelised crust and soft custardy centre. I tried as many different ones as possible over one weekend in … Continue reading

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Hugh’s Three Good Things

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s new cookbook is here!Published by Bloomsbury in the UK, there are lovely illustrations by me, and gorgeous photographs by Simon Wheeler, all laid out by the wonderful art director Lawrence Morton.I’ve created illustrations of the ingredients in watercolour … Continue reading

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Janice’s wedding

Another pretty wedding project for a client in Hong Kong. She asked for two pheonixes, a bird symbolising longevity, that could be used in various elements of her wedding. I created several stages of the pheonix motif, in two slightly … Continue reading

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