Florrie Ann Thomas is a London based illustrator currently embracing the modest art material, coloured pencils.
Influenced by botanical illustration, nostalgia, Japanese design, vintage typography, and printmaking.
Florrie’s practice has developed from intricate papercuts to observing the mundanity of everyday life and the products we frequently use and discard.
Delicate detail, texture, colour and familiarity are key to her illustrations, that highlight the beauty in everyday objects, packaging and ephemera.
Collections and collecting have been a large influence and developed into the main theme of her Final Major Project during her MA, The Museum of Mundane.
As a freelance creative she has had the opportunity to create window displays, commissions, collaborations, editorial artwork, teach workshops and also work on large-scale paper prop advertising projects.