Charlotte Mary Rose

FASHION PAPER PAGES | Bee Davies

Fine Art, Illustration, Creative Reviews, FashionCharlotte Mary RoseComment

Bee Davies specialises in fashion and reportage illustration, which she conveys through experimentation, a range of materials and expressive mark making. Her work is suitable for fashion and beauty brands, packaging, editorial and site specific artwork. She has an impressive list of clients in Cent Magazine, BENGT Fashion and Hunger Magazine. I wanted to find out more about what shes loves about her career in illustration, what tools she uses and where she finds inspiration for her style both on and off paper pages....

ILLUSTRATION JOURNAL | Mimi Leung

Illustration, Creative Reviews, Illustration JournalCharlotte Mary RoseComment

From time to time I ask illustrators I know and admire to contribute a post for the ‘#Illustration Journal. It's an opportunity for people to share their recent projects ot to talk about how their style is evolving or maybe just pin something they recently came across which inspired them… So without further ado, here's Mimi Leung, a kooky and colourful lady who has a very unique creative hook in her fun approach to characters, colours & patterns…

GIFFGAFF TIES | Phil Morgan

5 minutes with..., Creative Reviews, Illustration, AdvertisingCharlotte Mary RoseComment

The giffgaff Happenings are a series of events hosted by mobile network provider giffgaff. There's a workshop starting today in Cardiff, with self-taught illustrator Phil Morgan. The Happenings will look to give younger creatives and illustrators the opportunity to hear about Phil's journey as an artist.  Phil's work has that urban street edge which grabbed my attention so I thought I would find out a bit more about his inspirations, process and future projects...

Hitomi Kammai: Melted Moon

Creative Reviews, Fine Art, IllustrationCharlotte Mary RoseComment

Pen and Ink illustrator, Hitomi Kammai graduated from Musashino Art University in Tokyo before her first exhibition in Paris at Dorothy's Gallery in 2002. She has since moved to London to share her visual poetry with the capitals art enthusiasts. I met Hitomi at the Other Art Fair and am delighted to share her next body of work which will feature in Artilier's 'Connections' exhibition this week.