Claudia Pearson is a London born, Brooklyn based illustrator and designer.
She moved to New York in 1994 and began her career as a commercial illustrator working with many esteemed publications over the years including Elle, The New Yorker and The New York Times to name just a few.
In 2009 Claudia launched a line of prints, tea towels, tote bags, calendars and notecards based on her years as a world traveler and her love of food.
Regular trips to the farmers markets and her passion for local, seasonal eating with her family inspired patterns and designs that connected her to a community of fellow locavores.
Claudia’s products sell internationally to a wide range of museums, large retailers and small boutiques - West Elm, Wholefoods, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Friends of the Highline, Hankyu (Japan) and Bon Marche (Paris).
She continues to work with clients on illustration projects such as Chronicle Books, Food 52, Galison, Papyrus, Penguin, Target and West Elm