Meet Patch! The new mascot character for Hoorah – a mobile first professional feedback platform, where anyone can give anyone feedback.
The #TwitterArtExhibit is an annual exhibition which invites artists of all skill levels from across the world to donate an original piece of post card sized artwork to raise funds for an elected charity in the host country.
Here’s my submission (above) which was created using watercolours, posca paint pens and a bit of collaging. I usually struggle with watercolours but after watching some YouTube tutorials and experimenting with layering, I found a technique that worked and ended up having fun with it.
The Exhibit runs from April 7 to April 29 at the Strathnairn Arts Gallery in Canberra, Australia. The elected charity for this year’s show is the Pegasus Riding for the Disabled of the ACT Inc.
As the exhibition name suggests, Twitter plays a big part in the event so if you can’t make it in person, head over to @twitrartexhibit where the admins are sharing artworks and photos from the event.
I’m having a lot of fun doodling these little Specimen characters on my iPad. I’m going to keep going until I’ve created a whole army of them!
If you’d like to follow this project head over to my Patreon page at patreon.com/stina_jones – and as a bonus, if you pledge $2+ you can get some fun and exclusive rewards for yourself in return!
Honoured to be taking part in this fun collab exhibition organised by artist Pauli Bates, in which his talented little girl has coloured in work by a load of different artists and illustrators.
The show opens tonight at KND London and will run until the 10th Feb 2018. I can’t wait to see the results!
As HD/4K screens have become the norm for most tech users, working on a decent monitor has become an essential part of my design set up when creating on-screen graphics. I can’t be without one! Having previously used BenQ’s BL3201PT, I had high hopes for their PD3200U model which is from a newer line of monitors built specifically with designers in mind.
Just a quick post to wish you a Happy New Year and all the best for 2018.
2017 was a fun year for creative projects – thank you to everyone who has been a part of it. I’m looking forward to more of the same in 2018.
I have commission slots open from February onwards so if you’d like to work together on something, do get in touch.
Colour Institute Pantone have announced Ultra Violet as the Colour of the Year for 2018.
The Pantone team has travelled the world, absorbing colours, surveying designers and studying consumer psychology. This year’s PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet represents the best of these colour trends and a forecast for 2018.
“From exploring new technologies and the greater galaxy, to artistic expression and spiritual reflection, intuitive Ultra Violet lights the way to what is yet to come.” says Pantone’s Executive Director, Leatrice Eiseman.
I love Halloween – mainly because it’s the perfect excuse to create illustrations of weird monsters and supernatural characters!
This year, I’ve also created some limited edition mini prints and stickers, which I’ve mailed out to clients and patrons with some sweet treats. The rest are destined for an #ArtDrop mission around Manchester’s Northern Quarter – find one and it’s yours!
I’ve been working with We Heart Arts on a new music themed T-Shirt and Sticker design, to raise funds for their non-profit which helps young people’s creative arts programs across the world.
I don’t do many print releases these days so I’ve made this one extra special.
This 9×9″ Happy Fox is printed on a lush 300gsm smooth rag with vibrant archival inks. There are only 25 prints available in this design, with each one hand signed and numbered in pencil on the reverse.
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of creating the graphics for Cheery Plan – a new Daily Planner app to help you prioritise the most important tasks for the day.
I’m a big fan of ScrawlrBox’s subscription art supply boxes, so it was an absolute honour to be featured as their Artist of the Month for April. We worked together to pack April’s box full of all my favourite pens and pencils, along with an exclusive print made from one of my drawings.