We are proud to launch our newest collection “Places in Tree Hill” out into the world! Inspired by our deep affection of the popular US teen drama “One Tree Hill”, our illustrations showcase some of the very special locations around Wilmington, NC where our favourite show was filmed. These include Karen’s Cafe, Clothes over Bros, Keith Scott Body Shop, The Riverwalk, OTH Bridge, Tric, TH High School, Naley’s Apartment and Table and The Core 5’s Houses as designs for our 8×10 inch wall prints. As well as these, the ultra important Tree Hill River Court is available as an exclusive metal print! Finally, we have a “One Tree Hill” street sign available as a 18×12 inch canvas and to top it off we have designed a highly-useful (and one-of-its-kind) Filming Locations Map and Guide to Wilmington as an A4 booklet for fans who are visiting “Tree Hill” to have the most important addresses they need at the ready! We just know that OTH fans will love this collection and we thank you for your support.
Spreading Joy Through Illustration
14 Illustrated portraits in 35 days…
Hello! Welcome back to my blog. It has been quiet around here for these last few months for as some of you may know I set out on a trip of a lifetime last September. Beginning in Prague and through Austria entering Italy, it was in many ways a dream come true gap-year so far (I promise to share more about it soon) but right now I am living alone in a small flat in a Tuscan beachside town in a state of lockdown. It hasn’t been easy to put it mildly. There have been so many emotions and moments of pure defeat but little by little I’m pushing through. At the beginning of Italy’s tough quarantine measures over a month ago now I decided to connect with my most engaged Instagram followers in a different way. If I was going to survive this new lifestyle there had to be something creative for me to do within these four walls and I knew that I had everything available to me to undertake a new and creative project unlike anything I’ve ever done before. So I asked a select few followers to send me a photo of themselves that I could turn into an illustrated portrait of them. In an effort that spanned over 30 days I took up the challenge of sitting behind my laptop daily, stylus pen in hand, drawing tablet at the ready and Adobe Illustrator at my fingertips to create something meaningful for them to cherish and something that I hoped would take all our minds off the news headlines. Today I completed this project and I’m super proud of all 14 portraits I managed to create. It has been a true labour of love. The hashtag for this project was #spreadingjoythroughillustration and if you would like to head over to Instagram you’ll find lots of cool things about this project including a funky new process video I just uploaded. In reality I had so much fun bringing joy to people all around the world and I would consider myself truly blessed to have had this opportunity. Just as musicians are continuing to take to social media to entertain us during these difficult times with their voices, this was something I felt I could contribute to the world to hopefully bring a smile to someone’s face.
So here are all 14 portraits for you to see. Stay safe, keep thinking positively and together we will get through this. Lots of love to everyone.
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