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The Carnival Queen is now available on Kindle

Fantastic news! The Carnival Queen is now available to buy on the Kindle, in addition to paperback. It's a fun, illustrated story about one summer in a seaside town when an unlikely candidate in the Carnival Queen contest wins the crown! It's the first piece of fiction that I have published. I wrote and illustrated … Continue reading The Carnival Queen is now available on Kindle

James Bond White Poster By Natalie Knowles #notimetodie

No Time To Die

My take on a James Bond 'No Time To Die' inspired poster. I had a lot of fun creating this retro-style poster. I wanted to bring an element of what is characteristic about my drawing style, i.e. detail, pen and scars, as well as being faithful to the style of the iconic James Bond posters. … Continue reading No Time To Die

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New drawings

I have had a preoccupation with the theme of Love for the last few months. Here are some of my latest illustrations on this theme. Love in its many forms: passion, heartbreak, musing.... With more work to follow and an exhibition of portraits and drawings at The Birdcage, Norwich in May*, keep watching this space … Continue reading New drawings

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Case … Remastered

This is very special news: I drew Case over ten years ago, as part of my MA Sequential Design / Illustration at the University of Brighton. This Cyberpunk portrait was fabulous, but completely digital ... if I printed him, he would be low res! So I remastered Case! He is CMYK, A3, 300dpi and I cannot … Continue reading Case … Remastered

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Looking back on 10 years of illustration

Since I have passed the ten year milestone of graduating from the University of Brighton with an MA in Sequential Design / Illustration, I wanted to showcase some of my key illustrations over the last decade. From manga-inspired collage, Sir John Tenniel's Alice In Wonderland re-imagined, through Cyberpunk, Steampunk and now in 2020 an absinthe-soaked … Continue reading Looking back on 10 years of illustration