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March 19, 2013
Based in New York and the U.K., illustrator Debbie Powell has been charming viewers with her watercolor, ink, linocut, pencil & pen, and printmaking handiwork. Clients include British chef and restaurateur Jamie Oliver, art book purveyor Rizzoli, and children's apparel company Oshkosh B'gosh. When not doodling and cutting into linoleums, the pretzel and Laurel & Hardy-loving illustrator creates handcrafted jewelry with the family collective, Rah and Rah, as well as her own personal collection of wooden objects, brass mobiles, and handmade pots. Without further ado, click through!
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  A nifty desk setting illustrated for Instructor Magazine (2011).
    A nifty desk setting illustrated for Instructor Magazine (2011).
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  A recent sketchpad doodle.
    A recent sketchpad doodle.
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  Illustrations for a range of stationary products for Galison.
    Illustrations for a range of stationary products for Galison.
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  Card design for Lagom Design.
    Card design for Lagom Design.
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  Book jacket for 101 Classic Cookbooks: 501 Classic Recipes, published by Rizzoli.
    Book jacket for 101 Classic Cookbooks: 501 Classic Recipes, published by Rizzoli.
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  Brand identity for UK-based handcrafted jewelry makers, Rah and Rah (2011).
    Brand identity for UK-based handcrafted jewelry makers, Rah and Rah (2011).
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  Taxi, taxi! Part of the wrapping paper collection in collaboration with Lagom Design (2011).
    Taxi, taxi! Part of the wrapping paper collection in collaboration with Lagom Design (2011).
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  Stock pot packaging (2011) for British grocery and general merchandise retailer, Tesco.
    Stock pot packaging (2011) for British grocery and general merchandise retailer, Tesco.
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  Kid-friendly kitchen gadgets illustration for a range of Jamie Oliver products (2010).
    Kid-friendly kitchen gadgets illustration for a range of Jamie Oliver products (2010).
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Instructor magazine illustration by Debbie Powell
A nifty desk setting illustrated for Instructor Magazine (2011).

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