Welcome to Mad Skills Monday, where we showcase top work from young creatives to bring some inspiration to beat the post-weekend blues. This week we feature the child-friendly crafts and creativity of Jessica Procter.
Power tool: Lino printing + Photoshop
Power song: Jose Gonzalez – Stay Alive
Power snack: Mini Cheddars and Twirl chocolate
Jessica Procter is an illustrator and designer specializing in fun, cut-and-paste imagery, from photographic collages to prints made from cut lino shapes. One of her final major projects for university, Ben’s Guide to the Solar System, is a cute pop-up book to teach kids about space.
Jessica’s work spans across several mediums, including animated GIFs, textile prints, and laser-cut wooden brooches, many of which can be purchased online.
Jessica is currently based in London and recently graduated from London College of Communication in Illustration and Visual Media. You can check out more of her work all over the internet at her website, Etsy store, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Want us to show off your mad skills? We’re always looking for young creatives, students and graduates to showcase for our Monday feature, so send us an email with some samples or a portfolio link with the subject line “Mad Skills Monday” to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll check you out!