PINK

NEW WORKS

Here’s some things I’ve been up to: I did my first residency (thank you to Insert Studios for funding the making of Heirloom, my lovely little pink tree), I’ve made lots of new work including a paper crown, some frames of various shapes and sizes, and lots and lots of new drawings. I got a new sketchbook and brush pen that I’ve just started using, and I’ve been experimenting a lot with Procreate! I always forget to update things here – I do so many drawings and projects and tend not to dwell on them when they’re finished. But I need to get better at recognising my accomplishments, so here we are; some new work, a residency, and other stuff that I’ve already forgotten about. It’s going well!

MOON TIME

BELLE

How to lie about Corona

AUGUST 2020

MARCH 2020

February 18th: sketchbook

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Weather appropriate sketchbook doodle

A Little Book of Things

A Little Book of Things is a zine created by Yours Truly (Rochelle Asquith). It’s 12 pages long, A6 in size, and filled to the brim with drawings and illustrations. Each one is unique and made to order. Available to buy here.

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Title page of A Little Book of Things by Rochelle Asquith

Rochelle Asquith, zine

Eye from A Little Book of Things by Rochelle Asquith

Rochelle Asquith, zine

Flowers from A Little Book of Things by Rochelle Asquith

Rochelle Asquith, zine

100% Waterproof from A Little Book of Things by Rochelle Asquith

JANUARY 2020

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Just Married by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2020

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Do You Doubt Me Traitor by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2020

DECEMBER 2019

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Mary by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2019

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A Part of Me by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2019

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New Year’s Resolution by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2019

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Thinking of You by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2019

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Mr Ghost by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2019

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Why do people keep telling me I don’t exist? by Rochelle Asquith, ink on paper, 2019

PROGRESS…