Monster characters designed for Mulberry as part of the Autumn/ Winter 2012 collection.
Launched at Claridges as part of London Fashion Week, the monsters flanked the catwalk, featured on a number of LFW goodies as well as garments in Mulberry's collection.
Design of a golden padlock balloon, produced in the thousands to create an impact at Claridges and events across the season.
London Fashion Week coverage
Mulberry's Coachella Pool Party coverage
An illustrated logo, menus, wall graphics and other assorted bits for D&D London's Fish Market restaurant.
Fish Market website.
A selection of work published in the New York Times Op Ed pages.
Richard's Glove, Kate's Hand
by Jane Gardam
The Carnivore's Dilemma
by Nicolette Hahn Niman
In South Africa, a Partly Cloudy Day
by Ivan Vladislavic
Selling Democracy (and Tea) in India
by Naresh Fernandes
Indonesia’s Do-It-Yourself Campaign
by Endy M. Bayuni
Island of Instability
by Johary Ravaloson
Wall illustrations commissioned and installed for Sit Down: Seating for kids, an exhibition of children's chairs at the V&A Museum of Childhood.
A series of illustrated plates, inspired by scenes of the Harrow Ladies Luncheon Club from John Betjemen's Metroland.
Ilustration inspired by the real ale brewed at Drygate in Glasgow. One illustration adorns the external staircase of the building.
An illustration of a lovely old camera for an invitation from Mulberry for the launch night of their San Francisco store.
An illustration for The Drawbridge on the theme of Risk.
Fifteen portraits of designers for Where We Are, a design guide by The Lighthouse gallery in Glasgow.
Logo design for Box Brownie coffee shop in the old town of Stratford Upon Avon.
The name was inspired by the old Box Brownie camera and the shop itself is a gallery for local photography. Box Brownie pride themselves on supporting local dairy farmers.
Logo design for music management agency Auric Fusion.
Signage design and production for Harvey Nichols as part of their circus themed Vogue Night Out.
Jane Campion portrait for Nylon magazine.
Illustrated cover for Dazed and Confused's Decade Drawn Out retrospective.
Alexander commissioned two portraits of Amelia.
One for her blog profile picture.
And one in the style of Amelia's favourite painting by Magritte.