Black cockatoo and turtle illustration © WWF-Aus / Min Pin

WWF-Australia - where we work © WWF-Aus / Min Pin

An illustrated map of where we work

25 Jun 2018

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WWF-Australia - where we work © WWF-Aus / Min Pin

 

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Penny Min Ferguson is an illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia who combines freelance work with her own craft label Min Pin. Her colourful and expressive designs often feature animals, faces and playful imagined worlds. Although primarily an illustrator, Penny also enjoys translating her 2D designs into ceramic ornaments, fine jewellery pieces and textile accessories.

 

Min Pin © Penny Min Ferguson

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