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So far Lindsay Elissa Coils has created 35 blog entries.
  • London Bridge from the Sky Garden

London Party Trip

By |2018-09-17T16:08:02+00:00September 17th, 2018|Art, Blog|

When an old friend that you shared some fabulous memories with on several holidays in the Caribbean asks you to a rum and reggae party, the only answer can be YES! Okay, so it's not quite as simple as that because said party just happens to be 310 miles away but it's definitely doable. Plus, [...]

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  • Dick Bruna drawing Miffy

Dick Bruna – Simply Genius

By |2018-02-07T16:22:35+00:00February 7th, 2018|Animation, Art, Blog, Character Development, Commercial, Illustration, Licensed|

While I was clearing some stuff out from my office today, I stumbled upon an old License Europe magazine. Aside from seeing how much the licensing industry has moved on since 2003, there was a lovely interview with the incredibly talented illustrator Dick Bruna from the Netherlands. Some of you may already have heard of [...]

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  • Ann Summers bunny illustration

Fifty Shades of Christmas

By |2018-02-06T17:02:13+00:00December 12th, 2012|Art, Blog, Character Development, Commercial, Illustration, Licensed|

© Slinkeee Working together with Dylan Moore from Aqua Design Group, we came up with the idea of creating an Ann Summers themed illustration to send as a Christmas card to Ann Summers & Knickerbox chief executive Jacqueline Gold. With myself doing the illustration and Dylan putting together and printing the card, collating all the [...]

Mini break to Lake Windermere

By |2012-10-29T19:41:32+00:00October 29th, 2012|Art, Blog, Photography|

I recently took a much needed break to the beautiful Lake District. After working flat out on an ongoing project, the two nights spent in Bowness-on-Windermere were just what I needed to recharge the batteries. Who couldn't be inspired waking up to this view? If you've never been to the Lakes before and live close [...]

#WOW! An award from Jacqueline Gold

By |2018-02-06T16:34:07+00:00September 6th, 2012|Art, Blog, Character Development, Commercial, Illustration, Uncategorized|

I am stunned to have received another award exactly a month after winning the Theo Paphitis #SBS (Small Business Sunday) award. Yesterday, I tweeted the very talented and beautiful Jacqueline Gold, Chief Executive of Ann Summers and Knickerbox, about Slinkeee Illustration with the #WOW hashtag. Every Wednesday, Jacqueline chooses her favourite 3 women's businesses to [...]

David Dennett – award winning License Creative Manager available for new exciting opportunities

By |2012-08-31T16:13:04+00:00August 31st, 2012|Animation, Art, Blog, Character Development, Commercial, Illustration, Licensed|

I stumbled upon The Total Licensing Report yesterday and having worked in the licensed character industry, thought I'd catch up on what's new as you can sometimes fall behind the times when you're not able to take time out and don't have children. I came across an advert for a License Creative Manager called David [...]

A Right Royal Cumbrian Jubilee!

By |2012-06-08T16:14:08+00:00June 8th, 2012|Blog, Photography, Sport|

My boyfriend's birthday fell on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend so it was always going to involve copious amounts of food and alcohol, so we decided to team that up with a break away to the beautiful Lake District in Cumbria. We stayed at a lovely little hotel in Bowness-on-Windermere called The Oakbank House Hotel [...]

I am sailing………

By |2012-05-24T17:59:28+00:00May 24th, 2012|Blog, Photography|

As I was getting ready to go out last night, I got a phone call to say that there was a seal pup on the beach and I should get down there with my camera. Never one to miss a photo opportunity, I went straight down to the beach. The sea was so calm that [...]

Birds of Prey at Woodhorn

By |2012-05-15T16:18:20+00:00May 15th, 2012|Blog, Commercial, Photography|

I'm a massive lover of birds of prey. I find them fascinating to watch and let's face it, they are beautiful to look at. When I heard there was a display coming to Woodhorn Museum, an old mining colliery based in Northumberland, I knew I couldn't miss it. I took the opportunity to go and [...]