about me

marion-lindsay-littleMy name is Marion Lindsay and I am a children’s book illustrator and designer who makes pictures with ink, pencils and a computer. I often use a mishmash of techniques to create my illustrations and patterns and I really like making up characters whether they be human, animal or somewhere in between.

In 2010 I graduated from an MA in children’s book illustration at Cambridge School of Art and since then I have illustrated lots of children’s books including several chapter book series: Zoey and Sassafras by Asia Citro,  Maisie Hitchins by Holly Webb and Bella Donna by Ruth Symes. I also design patterns for children’s wear and the greetings industry.

I regularly hold children’s drawing and collage workshops in collaboration with Cambridgeshire libraries and I love passing on my enthusiasm about art, illustration and books as well as seeing the wonderful images and ideas the children come up with.

If you would like to get in touch then drop me a line at: marionlindsayillustration@gmail.com

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  1. Hey Marion , Thanks so much for following my inky blog its lovely to meet you and take a peek at your work to :). I love how much character and charm your illustrations have! Look forward to see more creative blog posts to come 🙂 x katie

    1. Hi Katie,

      Thanks for your lovely message! I like your gorgeous drawings – it’s lovely to come across another fan of pen and ink 🙂 I’m looking forward to seeing more of your work and finding out what’s going to be in your shop when it arrives.

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