25 August 2015

Usain Bolt 'End of Days' Illustrations for Sport Magazine

This week I undertook an exciting commission for Sport Magazine consisting of front cover, inside full page and spot illustrations. The feature addresses how athletics will cope with Usain Bolt retiring...and also looks at how doping does or does not affect general interest in the sport....

Sport Magazine haven't used illustration on their covers for aaages so I was really privileged to be asked to illustrate the cover!

“There were one million Usain Bolt mentions on social media during London 2012 and some Diamond League meetings attract 15-20,000 more spectators in the years when Usain is competing compared to years when he’s not there. Even the brands he endorses consistently report an increase in sales directly related to the campaigns that feature him.” 

“It’s almost as if fans of cycling and athletics – or maybe it’s just human nature – aren’t that bothered by the drugs issues. Either that or they have some kind of morbid fascination with it. Perhaps without the drugs stories the sport would be a lot bigger, it’s hard to say, but it hasn’t killed athletics over the last 30 or 40 years and I can’t see it doing so in the near future.”

15 August 2015

Its been a while! Here's a little summery flowers illustration...just playing around....

22 April 2015

Watercolour illustrations for Arla Skyr Yoghurt packaging

Global design consultancy Elmwood commissioned me to create the illustrations for Arla's revived 'Skyr' range of yoghurts.

The packaging takes inspiration from the pure and striking Icelandic landscape, and makes quite an impact on shelf with such a strong and energetic design.

An iceberg is the hero image, reflecting the pure and thick natural yoghurt, whilst the water reflection beneath it creatively expresses the layers of flavour and texture including fruits in some variants.

8 April 2015

A brief chronological compendium of watches.

Hope ya'll had a nice break over Easter.

In light of the new Apple Watch launch soon I've been creating a miniature compendium of historical watches from 1530 to the present day! Would love to know what you think.

1 April 2015

Sneak peek!

A wee sneak peek for you of some edible flowers Ive been painting for Three Rivers, Bristol. This is a super exciting new event organised by the super Gastrophonic and Flinty Red. 

Prepare for an immersive sensory dining experience with buckets of colour, music and of course tasty food! (includes edible flowers of course) 

16 February 2015

Maple Syrup!

I for one have definitely not forgotten that its pancake day tomorrow! Here's a little illustration of YUM Vermont Maple Syrup in celebration of this day :) 

Did you know that maple syrup is usually graded according to colour, and the colour is usually dictated by the season in which the maple syrup is produced. Light amber hues usually give a milder flavour, with dark grades tasting richer and being ideal for glazes and marinades. Compared with other natural sweeteners its actually healthier hurrah!

19 January 2015

End of an era

Well the time has come to end my contributions to The Simple Things magazine, I've worked on the 'Miscellany' section of the magazine for a few years now, producing 3 illustrations a month. The commissions have been weird and weirder and quite challenging, I've posted a few here and will post the Feb issue when it's on shelf.

Thanks for following!

1.) What to do with your leftover Halloween Pumpkin: A Pumpkin bird feeder of course. Hang it in the garden and hope it doesnt turn to mush.
2.) Practice makes perfect. Keep practicing that handwriting for those thank you cards. No biros or iPhones allowed.
3. )Play petanque. Anywhere!  

4.) Learn how to easily tie-dye a T-shirt. And make a lot of mess.

5.) Make a Crayola candle. Ok then.
6.) Pack an essential festival kit bag and dont forget the wet wipes!

7. )Write with a good old fashioned pen and ink on grubby looking paper.

8.) Pick up vintage tea-cups as and when you see them, charity shops, boot fairs ... Plant bulbs in them and give them away as presents. Just dont try and wrap them :)

10 December 2014

Hot off the kitchen cupboard!

Iv'e just added some new prints to my shop, thought you might like to know:) Here are some pics...These are selling fast so be sure to get your Christmas orders in soon!
Check them out HERE

7 November 2014

The Perfect Cheeseboard

I think I've had a few posts about cheese on here...and here's another for The Simple Things Magazine, illustrating the proper way to do a cheeseboard....Go!

28 October 2014

New Prints for sale

I have some new Giclee prints for sale! Currently I have a range of prints from my original acrylic and watercolour illustrations of classic food cupboard items. I will hopefully also be creating a range of prints from veg paintings and the like soon. I can take custom orders if you would like larger sizes.

You will find them on my online shop... www.georginaluck.bigcartel.com.

Just in time for the perfect Christmas gift!

7 October 2014

A Portrait of John Hickenlooper for the National Journal

I was asked by the team at National Journal to paint a portrait of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper leading up to his reelection in November.

I love painting portraits! I find it pretty challenging as I havent created many, and I tend to get impatient with waiting for paint to dry but I am enjoying layering to create shapes and tones.

You can read the full article here! Thanks for following :)

24 September 2014

Bramble ramble...

Heres a mini illustration recently commissioned for Slimming World Magazine. 
Hooray for free fruit :)

25 August 2014


Recent illustration for The Simple Things magazine, on how to navigate a field of cows.

13 June 2014

Craft Beer label illustrations for Jamie Magazine

I'm so excited to say that I recently had the pleasure of working with the team at Jamie Magazine on an full page spread with some local chaps reviewing 10 UK Craft Beers.

I painted the folks reviewing the beer....Jim Jonny and Brad onto retro style beer caps for the title opener and then a jumble of the beer labels to the side.

23 May 2014

Shop alert!

I've set up a mini shop online, where you can buy my limited edition, very high quality Giclee prints! So far there are just 5 products, but watch this space for more on the way. 

Follow the link below to browse the shop.

1 May 2014

Shhh! (Auction)

Tonight there will be a silent auction of an original painting on canvas by me :) all proceeds going to Friends of Sussex Hospice as part of the opening of my very first Brighton Open House.

The house is called 'Peanut Butter Tree Arts' because there's a tree in the garden with leaves that smell like peanut butter!  Personally I cant stand the stuff or the smell but that's a good thing otherwise there'd be none left in the jar to paint...?

Throughout the festival I'm displaying veggies, macaroons and oversized gin bottles, all original acrylic on canvas and all for sale! The house is open throughout May on Saturday and Sunday probably 11-6 ish. The address is 3, Lawrence road Hove BN3 5QA and the house is part of the West Hove trail if you want a planned route to see a few open houses.

Also at the house to get your hands on are my limited edition Giclee prints of my packaging paintings. I'd love to know what you think if you go along to the event. I'm hoping to escape the studio and see some open houses myself for a change! Here's the painting up for auction TONIGHT!

16 April 2014


Goat's cheese and an idea of what to do with it! Goat's cheese on apple slices with walnuts and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar Editorial for Runner's World magazine.