A film, food, travel & lifestyle blog by Sophie Elizabeth

29 November 2015

Lifestyle Review: Jessica Gutteridge Drawings

Hello, hello. Back again with another arty piece and today I'm pleased to be sharing yet another amazing package I received from the beautiful and talented, Jessica. 

For those of you who might not already follow Jessica, she's a personal style and lifestyle blogger studying art. Based in York, not only is she one of my favourite bloggers and instagrammers but she's also an incredibly talented artist who sells her illustrations through her big cartel store. Inspired by popular culture, tattoos and films, Jessica's work is right up my street. Having ordered one of Jessica's amazing Beetlejuice t-shirts, I was also surprised to receive a beautiful package of her dot work prints and I couldn't wait to share it...

The Beetlejuice Pulling Faces Tee was one I just couldn't miss out on. Beetlejuice is such a classic movie and I love the monochrome design with the stunning illustration. These babies are selling fast so get your hands on them while you still can! I opted for a size Large for a slightly baggy fit and they're printed on Fruit of Loom so you can guarantee quality. Also a favourite are these gorgeous prints, The Classic Horror Monsters* which sums up my love of...classic horror and a tattoo inspired dot print of a tiger. Both of these embody everything I love about Jessica's work and her style.

More beauts in the package included these awesome Revamped Hocus Pocus*, Alice in Wonderland* and two mini floral postcard prints. Again, I can't wait to get these up on the wall. They're such good quality, printed on decent paper and just stunning - as if someone is putting all my favourite things on paper. For me, it's the little details which really complete the pieces such as the subtle unalome on Winifred's head in the Hocus Pocus poster and all the tiny little dots on the Alice print. 

Last but certainly not least is this awesome Lydia 'Stay Creepy' Print*. I love the quote underneath and this will look great on the wall with the rest of these gorgeous masterpieces. For those of you who have not yet checked out Jessica's site - what have you been doing?! You can shop her prints and any other wonderful creations on Jgdrawings and check out her social media accounts as linked to below.

Instagram: jessicalgutteridge  Twitter: @jesgutteridge  Blog: Heart Shaped Bones

So what were your favourite prints by Jessica? As always, I love reading your thoughts so please do leave your comments below. Thank you so so much to Jessica for this incredible package - I honestly cannot thank you enough and I can't wait to buy the rest of your beautiful illustrations.

Until next time, peace and love from



  1. i don't normally like things like this but i LOVE the film, cannot get over how lovely these prints are I must check her out

    Hannah at HNNHVNBLS

  2. I love Beetlejuice, too! And I've never seen Alice drawn in quite that way. I love the dark expression on her face.

    1. Yeah I agree, it's very unique and I like the tattoo/edgy style to it :)

  3. I follow her blog. I am in LOVE with her Beetlejuice illustrations. She's so talented.


  4. I absolutely NEED that Beetlejuice Tee. It's so pretty, oh my goodness.

    brooke | brooke elise

    1. I know! I think she's restocked them now but grab one quick before they go again :) xx

  5. I love Jessica's work so much, she's truly talented. The amount of detail on the Alice print is crazy. =^-^=

    Sam | Momentarily Dreaming

    1. Me too - it's the tiny little dots that I love the most I think. I think the horror one is my favourite as it just has all my favourite, classic horror icons in xx

  6. Jessica is clearly very talented. I very much like the Classic Horror one also and the dot work is great x

    Ashley x

  7. These are amazing! I love the Alice in Wonderland drawing.



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