Interview of Elyssa Rider by Sophie Pellegrini // I love illustrating women because I think women are wonderful. I have so much faith in them. They are tenacious, bright, simultaneously tough and soft, capable world-changers, and too often they are overlooked or disregarded.Read More
Interview of Kathryn Rose Brown by Sophie Pellegrini // Usually, I will get ideas for illustrations when I’m just about to go to sleep or I am doing the food shop or something mundane like that.Read More
Interview of Rachal Duggan by Sophie Pellegrini // It is so amazing to see how people respond to your work. Of course it is not always good, but just having a platform to share, get feedback and have people pay me for my drawings is unreal.Read More
Interview of Ellis van der Does by Sophie Pellegrini // During the foundation course, I got a taste of the many different disciplines that are taught at art school, and as soon as I got to know the illustration department and the type of work that was made there, I was set on going there.Read More
Interview of Amber Vittoria by Sophie Pellegrini // Gender is top-of-mind for most of the pieces I create; the experience of the woman, and intersectional feminism, are both important stories to be told.
Interview of Sol Bela by Freya Bennett // I just started in this crazy world and the only advice I can give you is to do what you like, no matter what others say and you will see that with hard work and consistency, you will get what you are fighting for.Read More
Interview of Lucy Caddey by Sophie Pellegrini // My lines are pretty shaky and messy; I couldn’t draw a neat line to save my life! It took me a long time to accept that that’s just how I draw and to accept it as my style instead of trying to be fancy and neat.Read More
Interview of Molly Egan by Sophie Pellegrini // The road from graduating college to being a professional illustrator has been a tough one, but it’s so important to keep pushing forward and make it happen!Read More