Have you seen the EverWilde…? 🙂 Created by Jess Lilly of Curious Little Market, they are just pure magic…
I’ve been following Jess for a while and just fallen in love with these guys. The woodland vibe and enchanting imagination of all of Jess’s creations just sings from her Instagram feed and website. Looking through them all brings instant joy.
So I am super excited to announce that we have been working on a book together! It’s still in the very early stages right now but coming soon will be a beautiful little illustrated story sharing how the EverWilde came to be.
Jess has had a genius idea for how to create and publish the books herself. I love that we are able to do this without worrying about publishers or agents. It’s a really lovely way to work and they are going to be very special, tactile and magical little works of art. We are just sorting the final layout and details to go into production! It’s always a bit of a scary stage, wondering how things will turn out, but the sneak peeks I’ve had of the finished item are wonderful.
Here’s a sneak peek at the first cover design:
I’m thrilled that the reaction has been so positive – these are iconic creatures and I am desperate to do them justice. I’ll be sharing more news and artwork as and when I can. 🙂
A recent commission from a friend has lead to a new product line in my shop that I am really excited about: baby name prints! I’m growing my nursery art collection as babies LOVE my work – the high contrast and black and white I use basically hypnotises small people, making it quite a handy distraction tool for a grouchy or distracted baby.
My son Tristan spent a long time gazing at my work around the house, and as he’s growing and recognising the animals he’s still getting a lot out of it.
Little Percy was the recipient of my first baby name print. He was born in June and has one of the best birth stories I have ever heard – he was caught by his mum’s best friend in the kitchen!
Each letter on the name prints is a different animal, and there’s the option of adding the date of birth underneath. I think they make lovely birthday presents for older little ones too.
I’ve found someone making really nice frames in the UK that are purple, which coordinates really nicely with the colours in the print, and you can add one on as an option when you order.
You can order your print in my online shop here.
You can include a message with the name and date of birth, or I’ll get in touch with you to check the details. I’ll send you a preview of the print before popping it in the post to you. I offer gift wrapping and can also post straight to someone else if you are buying it as a gift.