"I love visiting new places, absorbing my surroundings. The colours, the sounds, the architecture, the fear, the joy... and translating that into my art."

Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde Describing her work as ‘sub-pop art meets psycho geography. Bonnie and Clyde uses collage, type, paint, illustration and photography to produce visually engaging prints and mixed media originals.


Listing her inspiration as anything from architecture, signage and iconography to music, film and people, the majority of her recent work focuses on cities or seaside destinations. As a keen photographer, Bonnie and Clyde travels extensively capturing inspirational images which she appropriates within her work.


Currently based in Brighton, Bonnie and Clyde studied 3D Design at Kingston University prior to setting up her own successful graphic design business. Creating everything from posters, brochures, book sleeves and t-shirts to signage and festival campaigns, she has exhibited in American Apparel’s online gallery and held exhibitions in a number of major UK cities.


Bonnie and Clyde lists her influences as David Hockney, Andy Warhol and the New York ‘no wave’ scene, with her medium primarily screen prints and mixed media collages. Creating collages using layers of paper, pencil, scissors, glue, photos, paint and her Mac.