Barbara and Diana.by Andre De Freitas
Alright, NOW I can finally announce what I’ve been keeping bottled up for ages!
It is worth noting that this is the most exciting and fantastic thing that has ever happened to me. I’ve always dreamed about illustrating a Gaiman book, and this is more than I ever could have hoped for.
Neil Gaiman’s Calendar of Tales website is finally up, and I am very flattered and very honored to announce that he chose my illustration for November. I remember finding out while I was at work and sitting in front of my computer and crying on the library books. Now the kind comment he’s written is making me cry again. I’m a bit of a mess right now.
I don’t think I can express how honored I feel to have been part of this, and how happy I am that I was able to give back a little. Neil’s work is incredibly inspirational to me. I have been lucky enough to meet him twice (and Amanda Palmer once as well!), and I cannot say enough how wonderful they are.
Please do go and look at all the wonderful submissions, and check September for my friend Katie’s submission!
And again Neil (I already tweeted this at you, but I’m going to shout it into the void of the internet yet again in the hope that it will reach you), thank you a thousand times! I can’t say that enough.
Taking back the word fat.
jacket: levi’s, thrifted
Fat crop top: made by me.
shoes: sun jellies from jbeans.com.au
Sea (by issa….)
So excited to have worked with Cara Salimando on the artwork for her upcoming album. She is one of my favourite people and I can’t wait to have this album in my hands this July. If you’ve never heard her music now is absolutely the time!
Check her our on Facebook where you can view the back cover (also shot by yours truly) as well as track-listing, press, and everything else you want to know!
Rosie (by Charlotte-robin)