Louise Minton

As an illustrator, my work focuses on narratives with fantastical, magical and mysterious elements. I work in analogue materials and my illustration style is figurative and sensitive, centering around creating detailed and atmospheric imagery. I aspire to work in the publishing industry, collaborating with authors and art directors to bring fictional worlds to life.

The Clockwork Bride

Double and single page illustrations for the story The Clockwork Bride by Melissa Albert.

The Clockwork Bride

Double and single page illustrations for the story The Clockwork Bride by Melissa Albert.

The Clockwork Bride

Double page and spot illustrations for the story The Clockwork Bride by Melissa Albert.

The Kelpie

Illustrations inspired by Things We Say in the Dark by Kirsty Logan.

The Wait

Illustrations from my comic The Wait. The comic is about a girl who is able to shapeshift into an owl every full moon.

Daytrip to Weston and The Last Black Man in San Francisco

An illustration of a summer daytrip, and a painting from the film The Last Black Man in San Francisco.