When designing for children, especially for educational purposes, it’s important that the image engages but at the same time conveys the desired message or information. And picture books are the best thing that can happen to a kid. It can take them to other places in the world (and beyond). A good book with a great story and interesting illustrations can be read over and over again.
Families on a day out at the swimming pool vector illustration.
Illustrated photo of a cup with cutlery.
Collection of simple, retro illustrations.
Skipping elephant + monkey friends texture illustration. When you like each other, it doesn't matter how different you are!
Girls playing at a birthday party vector illustration.
Zen mommy + daughter vector monochrome illustrations.
When illustrating I often start with a character design. This is the base of the whole design. What would the character look like in different emotions and various poses? Does he like skating or does she prefer blue flowers, etcetera.
Sweet panda character design that loves to dance and confetti! Curious about how the panda came to be? Read a blog about the process.
Cute kids character design.
Kitty girls (and boys) character design.
Cat character design.
Some products or services need some explaining. The best way is using images, because who want to read a large texts?
Illustrated recipe for a children's cookbook.
Illustrated infographic about the inner workings of a printer cartridge.
Seamless (vector) pattern designs that can be used for wrapping paper, fabric, stationery and so on. Find many more pattern designs at I heart patterns.