Digital Illustration 

Carmel Simpson, Co-Coordinator of Tangentyere Women's Family Safety Group

"Beautiful, impactful, considered and researched. Culturally safe and inclusive images"

You know how important messages are often lost in pages and pages of text?


Well, Sarah solves this problem by making your messages easy and accessible to understand through clear, relatable and impactful illustrations.  Her digital illustrations make your messages engaging and accessible by translating your content into eye-catching imagery.

Sarah will take your ideas, from concept to web and/or print-ready digital files. 

Proudly based in Mparntwe/Alice Springs, Sarah works with a nuanced understanding that forefronts Indigenous stories, voices and culture, recognising and respecting the diverse knowledges that already exist in the NT.

So let's make a visual impact with your resources to make people feel heard and reflect back their stories and messages in a meaningful way.

Sarah's clients include: Fred Hollows Foundation, The Equality Institute, Central Land Council and APONT, Ngaanyatjarra Health Service, Tangentyere Council, Arid Lands Environment Centre, Empowered Communities, Purple House, Northern Territory Government Office of Aboriginal Affairs. 

Digital resources and assets for web and print

Click on the slide below to view digital illustrations used for web and print resources