Alice Mollon

Crafting Your Best Self

Chicago Booth Magazine

Better Together

Personal Work



A limited edition print created for DrawFor to raise money for NHS Charities Together.


Tools to Track, Set and Conquer your goals

Royal College of Midwives

Deliver a Decent Deal

An animated cover for a special edition, digital-only issue of the Royal College of Midwives magazine, bringing attention to their campaign for better pay for midwives.

Knowable Magazine

Precision Nutrition

Lite Flights

Flying Lighter

Personal Work

Summer of Covid


Service Down


Black Dog & Leventhal


Physician Burnout

For a piece on how physicians are losing hours of their working day (and mental energy) to endless digital admin and poor workflows. Published in Health Progress magazine by the Catholic Health Association of the United States.

The Economist

Looking Without Looking


A closet in the cloud

For Vogue Spain, on the increasing popularity of renting your entire wardrobe online. Longlisted for the World Illustration Awards 2020.

The New York Times

How to Stand Up for Yourself

Animated header and article illustrations for a New York Times guide on how to be more assertive in every aspect of life.

Marketplaces Hoarding Data

Chicago Booth

Targeting Obesity


Kein & Aber

A line is a dot that went for a walk

Cover and inside illustrations for a hands-on, non-fiction book for children and pre-teens, which combines stories and activities to cover everything you won't learn at school. Written by Verena Friederike Hasel.


How courts failed tenants during the pandemic


Thank you NHS

A colouring-in sheet for the inaugural campaign by the /together coalition, which gave the UK public an opportunity to celebrate the NHS' birthday and thank those who worked tirelessly during the early stages of the pandemic.

Stylist x ITV

How TV writers keep us hooked

Series illustrating some of the common screenwriters' techniques that keep us glued to the screen. Published in partnership with ITV, in anticipation of their new thriller Cheat.


How to be a better human podcast

Cover artwork for the How To Be a Better Human Podcast by TED. Inspired by their popular blog series of the same name, host Chris Duffy looks in unexpected places for sharp insights and clear takeaways on how we can all improve.

Miraclon / Kodak

Transforming Flexo

Earth Day

Personal Work

Personal Work

The Mansplainer


New Canadian writers

Personal Work

Looking At The Future


Hurricane Thunberg

Illustrations for a long read on the 'Thunberg' effect in Spain, and what young Spanish people are doing to combat climate change.


United We Save

Black Dog & Leventhal

Smarter Living

Cover artwork and typography for the Smarter Living book, which pulls together some of the best bits from The New York Times column of the same name - covering home and work life, health, finance, and relationships.


Fair Trade Shopping



Personal Work

Self Reflection

The New York Times

Always Another Puzzle

Header illustration to accompany a tribute from writer Doug Watling to his crossword-loving late mother.

The Economist

Run, Don't Walk

Illustration for an article on the race for scientists to create a vaccine for Coronavirus.

Personal Work

Time is Money

Allschwil Community

'Stop the Dam' campaign

A poster created for members of the Allschwil community in Switzerland, to support their protest and petition against the building of an evironmentally-damaging dam in their village.

Buzzfeed News

The Healthcare Workers Turning to Spirituality & Religion


The Invisible Muslim

Book jacket illustration for Medina Tenour Whiteman's personal reflections on religious and cultural identity, and what it means to be a white Muslim.

AARP / The Girlfriend

Finding The Right Marriage Counsellor


Changing attitudes to smoking

Portland Monthly Magazine

Cop Out

20 Magazine

Calculating the future

Full-spread illustration for a feature on how accountants need to look ahead and prepare for the digitalisation of the accounting world.


Designing CRISPR to benefit everyone

For an article about the work of Geoffrey Siwo, a systems biologist looking to make CRISPR (a gene-editing technology) work for everyone, not just the privileged few. Published on the TED Fellows Blog.

Group IMD

St. Patrick's Day

Quirk Books

My Lady's Choosing

Book cover for My Lady's Choosing - an interactive, follow-your-heart romance novel by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris. Published by Quirk Books.


Safe Space

20 Magazine

Artifical intelligence in Accounting


Artist's Edition Notebook

Front and back cover illustration for a special artist line of notebooks for Bambook, pioneers of the reusable notebook.

Economia Magazine

More Might for the Good Fight

Illustration for an article outlining how the UK government and finance professionals are working together to crack down on money laundering.

The Hoxton

Hotel Guest Booklet

Full page illustrations and spots for a 'survival guide' placed in each room of The Hoxton Hotel in Paris.


New Job Starter kit


The Power in not winning

Night and Day

Personal Work


Turning A Blog Into A Business

Planet Mindful

Planet Mindful Cover

Cover illustration for a Spring issue of lifestyle magazine Planet Mindful, celebrating the seasonal blossom and nature.

The New York Times

Being Assertive At Work

International Women's Day 2022

Break The Bias

Created for the She Takes over campaign by adam&eveDDB, to celebrate International Women's Day 2022.


Signing up for a PrEP trial

The New York Times

Teaching Children To Be Assertive

Googling your ex

AARP / The Girlfriend

Black Dog & Leventhal


One of five chapter illustrations for the Smarter Living book by the editors of The New York Times. Chapters are: work, nest, invest, relate, and thrive.

Irvine Standard

Irvine's Bike Trails

Illustration for a cycling feature in the local Irvine Standard newspaper, highlighting and celebrating the many bike trails and paths throughout the Californian city.


The Founder's Zodiac series


A Positively Prickly Business

Illustration for the Scouts membership magazine for a feature on Gynelle Leon, owner of PRICK, London's first cacti and succulent shop.

AARP / The Girlfriend

Summer deals and discounts