Frankie’s work revels in the intersections of personal identities; subverting traditional narratives and exploring cultural subtexts with bold aesthetics that play with boundaries between the recognisable and the alien. Frankie is drawn to exploring the ways in which the human body can be seen as grotesque - questioning how we identify with ourselves and other people. Frankie has an alien, anarchist way of seeing what’s usually kept hidden and not talked about. Looking from the perspective of a natural state of discomfort, Frankie strives to connect with others on a shared discomfort through their work.
- Editorial IllustrationA university brief to create editorial illustrations for articles supplied by our tutor. I also experimented with layout design by creating mockups of these illustrations being used in print/online. *Note none of these editorial illustrations were commissioned or printed/used commercially.
- National Justice Museum (Collaborative Project)Collaborative project for The National Justice Museum. The education department wanted a teaching aid created for young children to learn and identify Civil and Criminal law. We decided to do this is the form of a card game where there is a card that illustrates the crime, a card with the name of the crime and another card with text of which law it is. The aim is to match all 3 cards correctly for each illustration. We also created a mock-up of possible packaging design. We used bears to depict
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Freelance illustratorT Birds Collective
Brighton, United KingdomFreelance
Branding and marketing design
- Digital Illustration
- Editorial Illustration
- Graphic Design
- Adobe Indesign
- Adobe Muse
- Adobe Photoshop