Below are a number of projects which I have had the pleasure of working on. As you can see, I work in many different styles and media. If you are interested in commissioning any illustration work, please get in touch via my contact page, I look forward to hearing from you.
Illustrated Map of the Thames – Le Boat
I was commissioned to produce an illustrated map of the Thames which was relatively to scale, including attractions and places of interest for people hiring boats on the river.
The map was included as a fold out in Le Boat’s Guide to the Thames and made into an interactive map.
Wildlife illustrations – personal project
These paintings from my sketchbook demonstrate a more realistic watercolour style.
Burger illustrated from a reference photo.
Succulent illustration, adapted slightly from reference photo.
Safety Poster – Le Boat
Scalable vector illustrations in Le Boat’s company colours to use on the safety cards which are distributed on each boat. Click on the images to view the PDF.
The Ugly Duckling, Theatre Poster – Above Bounds Theatre Collective
Poster and leaflet illustrations for an Arts Council funded project by Above Bounds Theatre Collective. Text and graphics by Monobrow Productions.
Conker illustration from reference photo.
My client commissioned this detailed paper cut to celebrate an over-landing trip across Europe.
Colouring Book – Personal Project
I’m currently putting together a selection of illustrations for a colouring book. More information can be found here.
Example digital illustrations
Scalable vector graphics produced from my original drawings.
(Please note, these are .png files for the purpose of my website!)
The Halloween Chill, book illustration – The Write Factor
This set of illustrations was commissioned by The Write Factor on behalf of the author. It included a colour front cover and illustrated map for the first pages.
Buy Handmade – Videoscribe
I worked with my father, Rob Willcocks of Sketchups to create this videoscribe to promote handmade products.
I created a set of wedding stationery using the couple’s colour scheme for the illustrations. The set included a map, menus, RSVP card and information.
52 Faces – Personal Project
In 2015 I began ’52 Faces’ a personal project which involved me drawing a miniature portrait every week.