Daisy De Villeneuve

London born illustrator, designer and writer Daisy de Villeneuve produces funky, felt-tip illustrations for a diverse range of clients that include big brands (Boots, Habitat, Nike and Moët & Chandon), magazines (Vogue, Elle Deco and Nylon) and chic boutiques (Browns Focus and Colette). Her quirky books He Said She Said and I Told You So published by Pocko Editions have been hugely successful and have helped de Villeneuve establish a reputation as a witty and original observer of the young, fashionable and sometimes vulnerable.

De Villeneuve studied Fashion and Fine Art at Parsons School of Design in both New York and Paris. In 2004 a solo exhibition of her work was mounted at London’s Fashion & Textile Museum and in 2009, to celebrate 25 years of the British Fashion Council, Transport for London commissioned her to design a special edition Oyster card holder, along with t-shirts & mugs. In 2010 she created a series of textile designs used by Zac Posen for his Z SPoke S/S2011 collection.

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pull your socks up…

2001

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I hate the word ‘relationship’…

2001

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he said I was ‘freaky’…

2001

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For Top Shop

2002

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he asked…

2001

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Pink Hair Girl

2010

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Orange Collar

2010

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Girl wearing Yellow

2010

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He said She said

Pocko 2001