About Karen

Braw Illustrations is a Scottish freelance illustration service, founded by Duncan of Jordanstone design graduate, Karen MacAllister.

With a specialism in Illustration & Printmaking, Karen is a published, skilled and experienced practitioner in producing artwork and illustrative work within a variety of styles and techniques.  Karen is able to work to a client brief, meet deadlines and understands the needs of clients and their businesses.

Karen is highly adaptable in her artistic approach and can produce illustrations and artwork in both traditional and computer generated styles and media.  

Karen has a unique, bold and colourful style within her illustrative work and has a particular interest in children's illustration.

If you would like to involve Karen in a project, or commission a bespoke piece of illustrative work, please get in touch using the contact page or via social media channels.  Pricing is competitive, licensing is available and Karen is also keen to work with small, independent business who are seeking creative input.

Bespoke Commissions

-Non commercial use-

Karen delights in creating unusual and bespoke illustrations for customers looking for unusual gifts for:  Anniversaries - Weddings - Birthdays 

Pricing varies depending on the complexity and size of project. 

Use the contact page for a quote.

Published work // Exhibitions // Clients // Stockists

  • Artists & Illustrators Magazine
  • Birnam Arts Centre
  • Boo Vake
  • Cooper Gallery
  • Day of Days
  • Duncan of Jordanstone
  • Fair Maids House
  • Flamingosaurus Rex
  • F&M Publications
  • Gaelic MOD
  • Granta Publishers
  • Jack Reusen Children's book
  • Kitschnbake
  • Maggie's Centre/Wild in Art
  • Maggie's Penguin Parade Sculpture Trail
  • Neo-Design
  • New Designers
  • Perth & Kinross Council Arts Sevice
  • Perth & Kinross Council Leisure Service 
  • Perth & Kinross Libraries
  • PVAF
  • Stirling University
  • The Strathearn Gallery
  • WASPS Artist Studios
  • Wellgate Shopping Centre
  • Workers Educational Association