Hi, I’m Eva a freelance illustrator and designer with a love of pattern and colour.
My design experience includes book illustration for Annova and Tango books, toy design for Jellycat, editorial and greeting card markets.
My work explores a wide range of inspiration, in particular elements from nature, European folk art, Scandinavian and mid-century design and vintage objects, especially ceramics and textiles.
I like to draw using pen and ink and add colour and texture using Photoshop and Illustrator.
I am always on the lookout for something interesting to draw, looking at shape, line and texture that can work itself into a design.
I am a versatile designer and enjoy the challenge of new projects. I am able to deliver projects on schedule and imaginatively interpret set briefs.
Please contact me to discuss any freelance or licensing opportunities.
I hope you enjoy looking through my work.
All original images are copyright of Eva Finch.
Here are some examples of my work – click on a thumbnail for a closer look and please use the contact form below if you’d like to get in touch to discuss any of my designs.
Things I’ve seen, things that inspire me, new things I’ve done – it’s all here…
Compilation of images for Global Talent Search 2016 www.makeartthatsells I got carried away filling lots of cup shapes with patternread more
I thought I would give myself some structure and focus during this summer so I have joined http://www.makeitindesign.com summer school to learn more about pattern making, stating Monday 1st August and also have entered the Global Talent Search...read more
I have been drawing lots of fruit and veg for an article about inflammation contributing to depression,. A diet rich in trans fats and sugar has been shown to promote inflammation, while a healthy diet full of fruit, veg and oily fish helps keep it at bay. I have done...read more
A selection of illustrations I did a few years ago for a recipe book "Ham pickles & jams" by Thane Prince. Beautiful choice of colour and decorative details alongside recipes reminding us of lost skills as well as making the most of seasonal ingredients.read more
Really like the line of fishing rods at the back of the boat. Enjoyed a day out fishing with my boys in Saundersfoot , South Walesread more
Mackerel fishing off Saundersfoot, South Wales with my boys .read more
Created a pattern from a photo of vintage tin lidread more
Eventually got round to painting and hanging these beautiful wooden kitchen utensilsread more
More beautiful baublesread more
Thinking about christmas already ! Here are my inspirations for my new christmas illustrations, beautiful vintage baubles.read more
Pre heat oven to 170 c ( 325 F) gas 3 . Line a baking tray 33x 23 x 5cm with greaseproof paper. Put 200g dark chocolate and 175g butter in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of simmering water ( do not let the base of the bowl touch the water). Leave until melted and...read more
Caramelised onions, chick peas,feta and mint Heat 3 tbs of olive oil in a pan. Add 1 diced red chilli ( or a quarter of tsp of lazy chills or more depending on the heat you want) 2 sliced red onions, 4 cloves of garlic ( crushed) and 2 tsp of sugar. Cook very gently...read more