Natalie Byrne is a latina illustrator based in London. She studied Graphic Design at Sheffield Hallam University, and found her illustrative voice combining colour and important topics. Natalie’s work promotes intersectional feminism and tackles social issues such as sexual assault, mental health and equality. Natalie has been featured on BBC woman’s hour, The Huffington post, Refinery 29, The Good Trade, Women of Illustration and has worked with The BBC, NYX make-up, Lucy & Yak and The Body Shop.
- Bodyform Viva la Vulva social media campaignBodyform have created the Viva la Vulva campaign to be loud and proud about vulvas, and tackle shame and embarrassment around this small (but incredible) part of the body. Celebrating vulvas of all different shapes and sizes by collaborating with illustrators and creating a social media campaign.
- The Lily – editorial IllustrationThe Lily is a completely new product from The Washington Post, an experimental, visually-driven product for millennial women that boldly reimagines existing Post content. For World Kindness Day I was asked to illustrate a quote about kindness from Malala Yousafzai. And later I illustrated their newsletter on mental health.
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- Phaedra Peer Presents Women Behind ArtivismBTI talent Phaedra Peer hosted a week long exhibition at Brick Lane Gallery Along with some hand selected amazing artists from the industry! This exhibition was all about Artivism - the act of mixing your art with strong activist messages. Exhibitionists: Phaedra Peer Elizabeth Ilsley Natalie Byrne Sophie Brampton Videographer/ Editor: Jackson Ndetiru Huge thanks to: Brick Lane Gallery Ugly Drinks Bosco Del Merlo