London born illustrator, designer and writer, Daisy de Villeneuve has made a name for herself with her funky felt- tip illustrations for clients including Topshop, LVMH, Nike, Vogue and Missoni.
Daisy studied Fashion and Fine Art at Parsons School of Design in both New York and Paris. Her quirky books, 'I Should Have Said’, ‘He Said She Said,’ and ‘I Told You So’ have been hugely successful. Her felt-tip illustrations have graced shoeboxes for Topshop, followed by the ‘Daisy de Villeneuve for Topshop’ illustrated range of household products, packaging for Moët & Chandon, cosmetic bags for Boots and T-shirts for the V&A. Other clients include Heathrow Airport, Habitat, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Elle Decoration, Wallpaper* magazine, Grazia China, Colette Paris, Browns Focus and department stores Shinsegae, South Korea and Liberty, London.
Daisy had a major solo show at London’s Fashion & Textile Museum in 2004. In 2009, to celebrate 25 years of the British Fashion Council, Transport for London commissioned her to design a special edition Oyster card holder, along with T-shirts and mugs. Daisy designed textiles for Zac Posen’s Z Spoke S/S 2011 collection. Her work has been acquired by Soho House and The Groucho Club for their art collections.
In 2016, Daisy’s book, ‘Fashion Mash-Up’ was published by Penguin Random House in partnership with the V&A.
Daisy was awarded a prestigious D&AD Pencil award in April 2017.
In February 2019 Daisy had a solo show at FIG at The Shop at Bluebird in Covent Garden, London.