From England but based in Budapest, I use pen, ink and a little bit of photoshop to make beasties with weird noses and complex backstories.
I specialize in animals, cute things, drawing, drawings, illustration, monsters, pen and ink.
Extremely useful around the house, but doomed to constant despair, the Kitchenware Octopus loves to cook but has no free hands for carrying groceries. The last of her kind, she yearns for a mate to lovingly entangle ladles with, but has yet to meet anyone willing to risk constant proximity to the cheese grater.
After a difficult childhood being bullied for her unusual height, Janet embraced her spindly legs and now earns a respectable salary fetching things from high shelves. She also moonlights a shin model for up and coming kiwi fashion emporium, Ki|.
The friendly squish-walrus never means to squish things, but his permanently outstretched arms and difficulty slowing down once he’s gained momentum means that anything in his path is pretty much screwed. Most squish-ees forgive him easily though, because he’s just so darn nice.
A big fan of standing on hilltops and staring moodily into the middle-distance, the Klauzal is best known for sharing long, terrible poems about cloud formations, and telling anyone who'll listen about the restorative powers of blackberry jam.