Rosie creates her work using a combination of drawing, stencils and stitching. “I like to try out surfaces using various papers, canvases and fabrics and sometimes use my computer to scan and piece together my work, but I prefer to work by hand and make a mess”. With a very hands on approach to image making, Rosie is influenced by ‘mistakes, ephemera, patterns, history, people, animals and her surroundings’. With an increasing client base State side too, Rosie’s unique and hand rendered style has earnt her a great many fans.


United Airlines
The Hollywood Reporter
Hodder and Stoughton
Random house / Chatto & Windus
Seren Books
Fallon / BBC Jam / Culture Is
The Guardian
The Telegraph
The Financial Times
The Independent
The Observer
The Creative Survey / Design Week
The Big Issue
Alef Magazine
Seven Squared
One in Seven
Cook Design



Neon Magazine (Germany)
Mixte magazine (Paris)
Algorythme (FR)
Mondadori (IT)
GOOD Magazine(US)
Every Day with Rachel Ray (US)
Self Magazine(US)
Domino Magazine(US)
New York Magazine(US)
300 Million / RTA
Blast / The Arts Council
Jasper Conran for Debenhams.
Diamond Dogs / Animation for Music Video
See by Chloe
Art Boutique Canada
Gallery Is (Brazil)


My work has been published in:

Secrets of Digital Illustration:
a master class in commercial image-making by Lawrence Zeegen
(Paperback – Dec 1, 2007)

Digital Illustration:
A Masterclass in Creative Image-making by Lawrence Zeegen
(Paperback – Aug 1, 2005)

All Messed Up:
Unpredictable Graphics by Anna Gerber
(Paperback – May 2004)