Author: Jenny Shepherd

Introducing: Zoë Jackson

Zoë Jackson is an illustrator working from her studio in sunny East Sussex. Her work explores the human form and its place in nature along with themes of mindfulness and body positivity.

A primarily digital illustrator, creating editorial and exhibition pieces with a collection of previous commissions and exhibitions including magazine covers and spot illustrations, exhibitions including the RAC London and a series of exhibitions and events in Brighton and live painting at Latitude Festival. Zoë's work has a strong sense of narrative and a focus on the human experience, represented in a curated colour palette and confident use of line.

Read on to find out a little about Zoë. 


Introducing: Zoë Jackson | Image

AR: What was your driving force behind your choice to become an artist?

I'm not sure there was much choice in it. I have always been creative and couldn't imagine my life any other way. Creativity itself has probably been my biggest driving force.


AR: What's your favourite piece in your portfolio and why?

This changes all the time as I think different images can reflect different moods. However, at the moment, my favourite piece is probably 'Tea Time, Me Time'. I am a huge tea fan and I also love this representation of quiet reflection. Our world can be so fast and seemingly out of control (especially at the moment) that this peaceful image of a moment alone is certainly my favourite for this time.


AR: What's your studio like?

My studio space is a little home studio with a slightly oversized desk and a view of the South Downs. A good hide away for an illustrator.


AR: How have you developed your style?

My style has always had a route in traditional draughtsmanship skills which I studied when I was younger. As I developed as an illustrator, I have become increasingly confident in my own style, which has had its variations over the years, but always involved a carefully chosen colour palette and line work. My process has always remained fairly similar, even after moving into more digital work. All my illustrations will start in a sketchbook with pencil before going into a final digital piece.


AR: Describe your art style in 3 words

Natural, human, stories.


Check out Zoë's artworks here.


CJP £75

Rewilderness - A3

29.7 x 42cm

Limited Edition of 185

Hearts & Flowers - Clementine

45 x 45cm

Limited Edition of 20

Anthropomorphic Bowie

42 x 60 cm

Limited Edition of 100

You Are My Sunshine in Multicolour -...

45 x 64cm

Limited Edition of 20

Nothing Matters - Remix, 2020 Art Print by Dan Hillier

Cats Pyramids

24.7 x 39cm

Limited Edition of 42

Daffy (Red Stripe)

70 x 50cm

Limited Edition of 50

Reginald Botanical

29.7 x 42cm

Limited Edition of 99

Lazy Afternoon Cheetah

29.7 x 42cm

Limited Edition of 99

Lone Pine, California

33 X 48 cm

Limited Edition of 25


21 x 29.7cm

Limited Edition of 100

Cherry Drop

35 x 35cm

Limited Edition of 32

Premium Sunflower Safety Matches

54 x 64cm

Limited Edition of 25

Acne Pink

30 x 42cm

Limited Edition of 100

Lemon Blossom 3

40 x 40cm

Limited Edition of 100

Adventure Awaits, 2020

50.7 x 45cm

Limited Edition of 25

Ellipsis - Remix, 2020 Art Print by Dan Hillier

Ellipsis - Remix, 2020

42 x 42 cm

Limited Edition of 100

Paralluxe Primary Edition

50 x 50cm

Limited Edition of 25

Charlotte Farmer £115 £97.75

Anyone for Tennis?

29.7 x 42 cm

Limited Edition of 50

BOUNCE! 2020

42 x 42cm

Limited Artist Proof

The Sun Rises in the East Art Print by Hooksmith Press

The Sun Rises in the East

32 x 45cm

Limited Edition of 40


29.7 x 42cm

Limited Edition of 20

Patrick Art Print by Lee Ellis


40 x 40cm

Limited Edition of 25

Vintage Girl

70 x 100cm

Limited Edition of 50

MK-Ultra II

19 x 19cm

Limited Edition of 177

Lisa Lloyd £100 £85

Hummingbird with Blue Background - Medium

29.7 x 42cm

Limited Edition of 50

Gorilla - Neon Pink

42 x 59.4cm

Limited Edition of 20

Right Hand Red, 2020 Art Print by Static
Static £35

Right Hand Red, 2020

20 x 20cm

Limited Edition of 500