With a passion for design and a desire to be creative, I have used the brand, 52 Ravens, to fuel my endeavours.
With the aid of some astounding backers through the crowdfunding medium, I have had the privilege to create some personally exciting projects. These cover a wide range of items that include playing cards, coins, maps, short stories and a few other trinkets in between.
Check out the social media channels to keep up to date with all the new projects currently in development.
A custom designed deck of playing cards inspired by the mystery of a coven of witches. The Coven features an all-female cast of court cards. The Kings and Jack hide their faces with masks, while the Queens reveal their beauty.View Project
The theme of this deck is based on London vampires from the Victorian era. This deck also features an all female cast of court cards. Each of them have a different story to tell, but together they become The Sisterhood of Blood.View Project
A new design for the Sisterhood brand. Volume 2 continues to the London Victorian vampire theme. With eleven new court members and one returning character from Volume one.View Project
A witch themed deck of playing cards. Pictured is the first draft back design.View Project
Short stories based on the court characters from the volume one playing cards. Each tale captures a pivotal moment in the lives of 12 female vampires that stalk the dark streets of Victorian London. Contains the illustrations from the playing cards.View Project
Volume 2 continues to expand the world of the Sisterhood, by exploring the pivotal moments in the lives of eleven new characters with one returning member. Features the character artwork from the playing cards.View Project
As part of the Volume two project, a combined book was created to make one complete tome of the Sisterhood stories. The contains all the illustrations from the playing card decks.View Project
A Victorian ghost story. Follow Lucy as she takes new employment in the country as a maid. She soon realises that the Housekeeper isn't the only strange character to haunt the hallways of Corvus Creek Manor.View Project
A 1.5 inch antique brass coin created as a collectable addon for the Sisterhood of Blood projects. One side depicts the Sisterhood emblem and the other displays the Raven assassins that hunt them.
An original 1853 London map printed on A2 parchment paper. Landmarks are pinpointed from the Sisterhood stories to provide the real world locations that take place within the stories.
A custom rubber stamp of the Sisterhood emblem. The large stamp is used to decorate personal letters and create signed plates.
A light hearted look at vampire life. The litho printed 44 page paperback booklet covers seventeen topics along side eighteen illustrations. Isabel gives a unique opinion on life in the shadows and provides important information for young vampires.View Project