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Hello I'm Ginette, I do graphic design, art, illustration and surface pattern design.


Here on my blog you can see the pictures i've been making, stuff I've been up to and the inspiration I found in fun places like Whistler, Canada and Oxfordshire, England.


You can also view my portfolio for more of my design work, find out about bespoke wedding stationary and take a look at the cards and prints for sale in my shop.

By Ginette, Jul 4 2018 06:35AM

These are some of my typographic cards, featuring fun quotes and colours for all sorts of occasions. They are for sale in The Nook of the North, a lovely gift shop in Whistler village. Greetings from Whistler!

By Ginette, Jul 4 2018 06:15AM

Check out all these cool things from my Society6 shop. There are so many good products on there and they often have sales on so look out for that so you never need to have boring stuff in your life.

By Ginette, Sep 13 2016 09:50PM

Here are some of my patterns available on Society6, on bags and useful zipper pouches, printed on lovely thick fabric which is really satisfying to hold. They are going to make excellent presents because I can't keep them all for myself.

By Ginette, Aug 2 2016 12:10AM

The Butter Dish screenprint Ginette Guiver
The Butter Dish screenprint Ginette Guiver
Swyncombe Sheep screenprint Ginette Guiver
Swyncombe Sheep screenprint Ginette Guiver

Some new screen prints now in my shop. The Butter Dish features Tom the black cat, honey, toast, butter and a lovely vase of Hyacinths. Swyncombe Sheep is a view I saw on a recent evening bike ride looking back at Didcot Power Station and the Oxfordshire countryside.

By Ginette, Jun 21 2016 09:55PM

I made a screenprint from my recent trip up to Scotland featuring the lovely yellow gorse and the isle of Arran in the distance beyond the shining sea. Here are some photos from the workshop at Oxford Printmakers of it all coming together. And it's available in my shop!

By Ginette, Dec 2 2015 01:08AM

I have made my own Christmas cards for a long while, and now I worry that my friends would be offended to receive anything else. So here are my Christmas cards for 2015! Each of the four designs is inspired by a wintery poem, which was a great opportunity to daydream about lovely snowy places, starry skys and frosty mornings. I also took inspiration from cosy patchwork quilts, knitted jumpers and woolly blankets. The cards are available in the shop with all proceeds going to charity.