Pick Me Up 2012

We will be at Pick Me Up in 2012 for a 10 day residency with 'The Museum of Objects & Origins'.Bringing together a collection of artefacts including drawings, objects, prints, and costumes, to be housed in our very own museum. Exhibiting items from an invented past, the collection will also be a living, changing display as themed workshops with the public will create new works to fill the final few empty cabinets. More here.

Pick Me Up, Embankment Galleries, Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA22. 22 March - 1 April 2012.


Highpoint Bar & Grill

A 32ft mural over 6 lightboxes, designed for The Highpoint Bar & Grill, Chelsea, New York. Client: Studio Vural. Photography: Kate Clicksberg.


Green Deal

Recent series of characters linking over 2 DPS and a single page for Modus magazine. Cup of tea, milk and ten sugars, ta.


Woo Agentur

Jenny is now represented in the Nordic countries (Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway) by Woo Agentur.



New illustration out in todays Independent


Peepshow Newsletter December 2011

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Peepshow Newsletter December 2011

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Poster created with agency Lemon Scented Tea for the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HVA), School of Social Work & Law. Photography by John Short.



Image created for recent Art Department promotional send out, 'X Factor'.



Image to illustrate the line 'Fingernails grow 4X faster than toenails' for The Book of 4X created to promote the speed of Google. Commissioned by DHM London.


Forgive or not to forgive....

Recent commission for the Daily Mail's 'You' magazine.


Independent on Sunday

Illustration to accompany The Chef's Compendium of Christmas Tips, Tricks and Recipes in this week's Independent on Sunday Review. How to time a turkey, what to do with leftover Christmas pudding and exciting ways with sprouts etc.


A Comic Map of The Eurozone

A map of the Eurozone for the New York Times, inspired by a lithographic Comic Map Of Europe by Paul Hadol from 1870.


Afternoon Tea

Two boxes of products arrived with me the other day from the lovely people at Afternoon Tea in Japan. Plates, mugs, pencil cases, cushions, blankets and assorted others with my patterns on them. Very exciting. Thank you Afternoon Tea!