I’ve had this idea in my head for a while and it’s time to say it out loud: I will have what I call a ‘study sabbatical’: 6 months of (professional) me-time
It has almost been two months since we arrived at Cagliari Airport with our stuffed backpacks. We spent the first night close to the airport before we rented a car the next morning and drove to our little seaside town. I can’t really describe the feeling of ‘driving home’ so far away from what used […]
We found our place. We went, we saw and we liked. A lot. A few days later we went for a second look and an Italian chat with the owner. And that was that.
I am not sure if it’s nerves, excitement or both. All I know is I feel a little restless. Shit is getting real and our house hunting trip starts tomorrow!
Our timeline didn’t really agree with reality anymore (thank you, mr. Corona). Starting to feel restless, it was time to give ourselves something to look forward to. So we did.
There are so many great illustrators out there and lots of them show their work online for you to admire and be inspired by. Since I am also learning to speak Italian, I started looking for Italian illustrators in particular.
What’s an illustration worth? Obviously there’s not one answer because every illustration is different, every client is different, but most of all every illustrator is different. But let me try…
I have the perfect last minute solution for your Mother’s Day gift that is still very thoughtful and personal: a custom illustrated recipe (voucher)!
Over the years I’ve illustrated a clients year report. Each year with a different theme, but with the same underlying concept: relationships between people. Here are a few of them.
From not shaking hands to some sort of test round for our emigration with M and I stuck together in our little apartment, both working from home.