London based artist, Daisy de Villeneuve has been offering fanciful and memorizing artwork since she was a little girl. Known for her playful and color-rich portraits (fans include LVMH, Nike and Missoni), this felt tip pen aficionado has made a new body of work that combines her signature felt tip technique with watercolor.

And it's the last chance to view the exhibition, which is on show at the Fashion Illustration Gallery, at The Shop at Bluebird in Covent Garden, London.

The head and shoulder imagery takes its inspiration from Warhol’s Tattooed Woman Holding Rose, circa 1955, and Peter Blake’s, Loelia, World’s Most Tattooed Lady, 1955.

Flower Girl has a face inked with thorny flower stems and a collection of girl’s names that double up as the names of some of our best-loved blooms. Rock ’n’ Roll takes her style cue from the Fifties with a Teddy Boy quiff and traditional tattoo motifs including broken hearts, cherries, and swallows, stars and flowers all from a Lemmy tattoo transfer book for children, if such a thing were to exist.