Sheryl Cole is a New Zealand-born illustrator and freelance art director/graphic designer who lives and works by the beach in Melbourne, Australia. She draws on daily nature walks for inspiration, organic materials and creative experiments to channel into her art prints, homewares and client commissions.
Native birds are a firm favourite for their strong personalities and riotous colour. Ditto watercolour, whose loose natural flow seems almost to paint itself and suits her playful style.
Sheryl’s mixed media surface designs for textiles, branding and packaging also draw on botanical themes and abstract forms. Bower bird tendencies, mindful slow living and travel inspire her endlessly.
Sheryl seeks out clients who share her environmental focus. She’s proud to be part of a community of designers and clients whose work celebrates nature and encourages people to reconnect with it and consume thoughtfully.
Sheryl is always on the lookout for new and exciting projects and collaborations, so please get in touch.
Thanks for stopping by.
In the Media
Illustrators Australia, November 2017
Uppercase Issue 30, July 2016
The Wellbeing Corner, February 2016
Onefourfour, December 2015
The KJ Collective, November 2015
Uppercase Issue 28, November 2015
“Wild Thing” Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney, Lion Gate Lodge, Sydney, August 2019
“Shout” Illustrators Australia, Collingwood Gallery, Melbourne, October 2018
“Paper + Pixel” Illustrators Australia, Collingwood Gallery, Melbourne, May 2017
“Drift” Basketmakers of Victoria, Herring Island, Melbourne, February 2017
“Life’s a Beach” Wyreena, Croydon, October 2016 – January 2017
“Onefourfour” Twelve Australian Female Artists. Twelve months. Twelve themes. The Art Room, Melbourne, 2015
Bauer Media Limited - Aust House & Garden Magazine | Bio Cup | Brand Status - Keep Victoria Beautiful | Brave Insights | Fabienne | Friends Of the Botanical Gardens Melbourne | Hinkler Books | Studio Caravan - The Grove, Greenwich Fairfield, The Argyle | Riley & Clare | Romeciti - Sweet Home Magazine | Illustrators Australia …and the list is growing!