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KOEL magazine

By | press

A beautiful magazine for cool modern crafting and interior decor. Honored to be part of the first issue of KOEL magazine.  My sketches were translated by Koel into different needlework diy’s, you can view them here. If you’re into this new type of diy’s be sure to visit their website for more crafting ideas and patterns.
Image courtesy of KOEL.

Create Zine

By | press

Happy to be featured in the first edition of Create Zine, a unique independent publication created to showcase talent in global art, craft, design, direction, illustration and printmaking. You can download the zine via

Yamatoya – update

By | project

A new addition to my collaboration with Yamatoya from Japan. My FLORA pattern has been applied to the cushions of their children’s desk & chair set.

Image courtesy of Yamatoya / Efolium.

New patterns

By | new patterns

Tada! My newest patterns are here, celebrating geometrical shapes. In fresh colours and suitable for a wide range of products. You can view the eleven new designs on my patterns page.
I hope you enjoy them, if you would like to license a design please contact me.


By | wrap(a)round

A new free wrapping paper for you to download! This wrap(a)round is called COLLAGE and the elements in this design are all bits from patterns I have designed the past months, do you recognize them?
Download the gift wrap here.
For personal use only.

Victoria Shoes

By | project

Victoria Shoes (South Korea) licensed three of my patterns for their kids slip-on shoe, the first time my designs have been applied to fashion! It’s fantastic to see how the product turned out.
The playful patterns with illustrations of a dinosaur, fish and tape are perfect for this children’s product. Images courtesy of Victoria: Copyright © 2016 Victoria Shoes KR. All Rights Reserved.


By | project

I love to see my patterns used in packaging, especially when it’s for a product that’s 100% natural.
Babongo, an online shop for green lifestyle design, commissioned me to design three patterns for their new soap bars and to also take care of the graphic design. I wanted the patterns to be slightly abstract and to hint to the ingredients without depicting them too literally. The graphic design is fresh and flexible, allowing new soap bar varieties to be easily added to the collection.
Buy the Lavender & Tea Tree, Orange & Grapefruit and Peppermint & Poppyseed bars in the Babongo shop.

New patterns!

By | new patterns

Twelve new nature inspired patterns have been added to my catalogue.
Are you interested in licensing one of the new designs? View all available patterns here – don’t step on the snails…