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Annmarie Gianni tote bag illustration and blog feature

Annmarie Gianni is a natural skincare company dedicated to ethical practices and quality, organic products and every season they hold a tote bag competition open to artists all over the world. I was honoured and super excited to win the Spring 2019 round! Below is my interview taken from their website.

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Food Waste Infographic

I really enjoyed doing these water colour illustrations for the food waste infographic. Being aware of how our actions impact the environment is something I'm really passionate about and I hope we can all be more conscious of how our every day behaviours make a profound impact on our planet. People seem to use the earth like it's one of the many disposable, convenient products on the market these days. Something that you can just take from and then dispose of without any thought or consequences. Food waste is a huge problem that we can all easily do a little bit better at.

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Keeping a Sketchbook Habit and Giving up the Pencil

The more you practice the more confident you get with your line and your ability to trust your hand eye coordination. And of course mistakes happen, but learning to embrace mistakes is a good thing to do. In art and in life. I also realised soon after giving up the pencil that, even though the drawings are a bit wonky and even a little dodgy at times, I love the result more, the drawings end up looking more spontaneous and authentic, which is what I strive for. Again, in art and in life. ;) Also, it's just a bloody sketch book after all, may as well give 'er!

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