Surface Pattern Designer Jessica Wilde, beautiful hand drawn illustration inspired by florals and nature. Based in Staffordshire UK
surface pattern designer, freelance designer, textile designer, wallpaper designer, art licensing, botanical illustration, floral illustration, biophilic design, botanical gifts
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Last Shipping Dates for Christmas

Our web shop will close early this December as we’re expecting a little baby Wilde!

The last date to order for UK and worldwide delivery is the 1st December.

We’ll still be here to assist with any queries you have regarding an order you have placed after this date. For new orders our web shops will re-open next year.

Thank you for all your support this year, we look forward to returning in 2021!

We have some news!

We have some exciting news…we’re expecting our first baby Wildling this December!

We’re been a little quiet as we busy ourselves behind the scenes, making preparations work wise and also working through all the many many things that need doing to get ready for a baby!

Our online shops will close early December this year, so for any Christmas shopping please order as early as possible. READ MORE

5 Tips for Working from Home

These are pretty unusual times right now so I thought I’d share some tips for working from home. I went from working in a design studio for 5 years to starting up freelance from home back in 2013. It’s been a learning a curve along the way and here’s some of the things that have helped me and hopefully you can find them useful too.


Introduction | Meet the Designer

Hello! I’m Jessica Wilde and I’m a surface pattern designer and illustrator based in Staffordshire, UK. I thought I’d share a little about me and my creative journey so far.

I grew up in rural Shropshire and have had a passion for nature, drawing and colour for as long as I can remember. Throughout school and college I always had my head in a sketchbook, as well as drawing I experimented in pretty much any medium I could get my hands on, from clay, paint, textiles and found objects.


Inspiration & Creative Process

I get often get messages asking me about my inspiration so I thought I’d share a little more about what inspires me and my creative process. Here are some insights into how I work, hopefully this can inspire your own creative journey.