About me...

I graduated in 2009 from Central Saint Martins with a first class hons degree in textile design (specialising in print making).  
Since then, I've worked at a creative studio printing a range of products from clothing and skateboards to artist prints and interior textiles, while also pursuing my own personal projects.

I work on a purely freelance basis, taking on varying illustration, print and design projects and commissions. I really enjoy creating personal and bespoke artwork, specific to each person, client or workshop.

My work is largely inspired by flora and fauna. Being brought up around many domestic and wild animals, rescued and fostered, they have become the main features of my work and everyday inspiration. I have worked closely with ethical taxidermist Jazmine Miles- Long, who allows me to draw and study her animals, so I can capture their details and unusual positions and characteristics. Both being avid animals lovers, all of the animals used have died from natural causes. 

I often use a mixture of pencil drawings, printmaking techniques, collage, mixed media and painting. I use surfaces from paper and wood to ceramics and fabric. I love pattern, colour, texture and detail.

I also run craft, screen printing, lino printing and mono printing creative workshops for private parties and commercial companies. Teaching children and adults of all ages and abilities how to use their hands and be creative is a huge focus of my work. Myself and fellow artist Liz Jeal set up print and make workshops in 2014. 

 You can contact me on Lilli.cw@gmail.com

Colourful designs and repeats

Drawn, painted and layered repeats and illustrations...

Single colour designs and repeats

Single colour illustrations and repeats inspired by my two main loves! - flora and fauna...


Gelli Prints

Gelli plate and mono- printing using layers of ink, flowers and plants. Printed onto paper and wood.

Rupert the Pug

I had the pleasure of drawing this handsome chap for a wedding present commission.

Back to School workshop

We recently did a really fun print and make workshop at House of Vans. Participants got to screen print, tie dye and acid wash their backpacks, then decorate their creations with fabric pens and bobbles and tassels.