Who Could This Be? 


Let me introduce you to a little peek at Horatio Squeak. The hero of our picture book who you’ll be able to read about soon. Written by award-winning children’s fiction author Karen Foxlee. A debut picture book for Karen and myself, it was an honour to be part of this book.

Due on shelves in July 2019 and published by Walker Books.

I can’t wait for you to meet him some more. 

x Evie

Colouring-in Pages for Pottery Barn Kids


Three colouring-in pages celebrating awesome Aussie women including; Pearl Gibbs - Indigenous activist, Fanny Durak - Australia's first woman to win gold for swimming in the Olympics and Grace Cossington Smith - modern art pioneer. Drawn in collaboration with Pottery Barn Kids, Australia for fun times in stores on International Women's Day.

x Evie

Unicorn Craft-a-Thon With Frankie Magazine

If unicorn themed crafts are your jam head to frankie magazine's blog to learn how to make; 

Rachel Burke's, Rainbow Unicorn Jacket

Cat Rabbit's, Unicorn Tote Bag with Felt Appliqué

and a Tiny Garden Posy Holder by me! 

These three projects were created in collaboration with the Art Gallery of New South Wales who are currently showing, The Lady and the Unicorn tapestry series which was designed in Paris around c1500!!

Snaps by Hilary Walker.

Craft away!

x Evie

Shout Out to the Girls : BTS Peek

INSTA_jessie_street_originalsketch_03 copy.jpg

I've shared a little about the book, Shout Out to the Girls in a previous post which you can find here. The release date, 26 February is getting closer so I thought it was time for more; my original illustrations and sketches plus the sneak peek video published online by Penguin.

I'm honoured to be a part of this book as an illustrator, creating portraits of Jessie Street and Turia Pitt, two of the incredible Australian women featured. I'm also super grateful to Kimberly at Penguin Random House for reaching out and taking a chance on me. Thanks Kimberly and PRH Young Readers team!

If you'd like to find out more or purchase a copy head here. All royalties from sales go to The Smith Family, an Australian Children's charity.

x Evie