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Mariana Rodrigues

Bombay Sapphire: A Gin of Ten Journeys

Bombay Sapphire Insects

Bombay Sapphire Birds

Summer Solstice

Self initiated piece about the Summer Solstice

Taurus & Capricorn

Scorpio & Aries

Tropical Tale

Wallpaper artwork

Coffee Bags

Mock up packaging from pattern artwork

Magical Pond

Wallpaper artwork

Flamingo Bottles

Mock up of bottle wraps from Flamingo print artwork

Golden Garden

Paper Bag

Mock up paper bag designs from pattern artwork

Tsuru Land

Wallpaper artwork

Japanese Soap

Mock up packaging from pattern artwork

The ABC of Nature - letter L

Self-initiated series of 26 illustrations based on a letter of the alphabet, using elements from nature whose name starts with that letter.

Music for the eyes - Air, Mer Du Japon

 Music for the eyes is a visual exploration of what a certain song represents to Mariana.


Body 2

Honey Jar

Self initiated artwork

Machu Picchu

Bangkok Floating Market


Self-initiated series of images for perfume brands.

L'Essence 2

Self-initiated series of images for perfume brands.

The Art Of Sake Pouring


Ping Pong Year of the Rooster

How to Grow - Orion Publishing




Kokeshi Pattern

Jungle Pattern

Floral Paradise Pattern


Fauna and Flora Pattern

Anura Araneae

Artist biography

Mariana studied communication design at ESAD College of Art and Design Matosinhos, Portugal, and worked as a graphic designer before becoming a full-time illustrator in London. Her style is based on deconstructing things — often nature — and reassembling them into a new, imaginary whole. She loves intricate patterns and symmetry. Her illustrations are created by a combination of techniques: pencil, ink, watercolour, digital manipulation and digital colouring are just some of them. She has worked with Patrick Watson, Country Living, Vogue Japan and Work Club for Original Source.

Mariana is part of Futures. Here at Jelly London, we’ve always had a passion for nurturing the new – enjoying our involvement with organisations such as D&AD, YCC and various Universities, we recognise that this year’s graduates are the next generation of creative industry movers and shakers. ‘Futures’ seeks to find the best fresh talent coming onto the scene and develop their skills and portfolios for a step up into the illustration business. Hand in hand with our expert Project Management and Agent experience, Futures offers up a route for nurturing exciting new talent with the reassurance of management by one of London's top creative production agencies.