Natural History Illustration – for books, magazines & packaging
Some examples of packaging projects where my natural history illustrations have been used
Wild Shreds jerky pet food by Spot Farms has recently used five animal illustrations on their retail packaging; Mallard duck, White-tail deer, Hereford bull, Rooster, and American bison.
Unilever’s Flora Margarine in Sweden re-branded using two botanical illustrations of red and white clover on their packaging. Products featuring the flowers range from margarine to vegetable-based cream alternatives. Sold by Unilever to a Scandinavial market
Botanical illustration of hops Humulus lupulus for mug design. Used by local bespoke company producing high end china mugs.
ICA Supermarkets, Sweden. White-tailed Bumble bee Bombus leucorum illustration used on packaging for Amberly tomatoes, in the grocery section.
Churchill’s Confectionery: Flower designs for Shortbread Biscuit Tins. Series of floral studies, to be outlined in silver and used in biscuit tin design. Series included clematis and lily flowers
Dunnon ceramics: Six mug designs featuring plants and animals. Each mug focused on the life found on one continent. Suffolk shape mugs, with illustrations also on the base and handle.
Freaks of Nature: Mango Fandango. This passion fruit and mango desert packaging features my botanical illustration of the passion flower Passiflora.