My name is Charllotte (previously known as Rheea), a self-taught illustrator from tiny island nation Singapore. My drawing style is best described as dreamy and whimsical. I have always felt a connection with animals, especially dogs. My mischievous miniature dachshund, Nono, was the inspiration behind my works. After his passing in 2015, I made sure his spirit continues to live on, in my art.
Over the years, I had the opportunity to work with local companies/ designers such as Cresenture, Zenith Motoring, Helen Accessories, Babies In Tees (BITs) and international clients namely, Winged Wheel Co. (Japan), Stamping Bella (USA), Reborn (Australia), to name a few. I was represented by Met Colors (USA) in 2011 and Bright Group Agency (UK) in 2014.
While I dedicate my life to create art that make people smile, the one mission dearest to my heart is to raise awareness for animal welfare and to promote love and compassion towards animals. I donate 10% of my sale proceeds to animal welfare groups. Therefore, your support is very important to me. You can read more about the causes I support and my art journey HERE!
If you feel inspired by my story and would like to make a contribution to support what I do, you can do so via the donation button at the bottom of my website. Your love and support will allow me to continue on this journey.
I am open to licensing, commission for custom portraits and general illustrations. Do get in touch to enquire! Every piece of my work shares a story of love, hope and the simple joys of life. May you enjoy these little stories.
Clients: Cresenture, Zenith Motoring, Helen Accessories, Babies In Tees (BITs), Winged Wheel (Japan), Stamping Bella (US), MET Colors (US), Bright Licensing (UK), Reborn (Australia).
”Our holiday cards which were designed by Rheea became one of the top sales items in our winter collections. In addition, two of her designs were featured on ‘Daily Candy’, the famous design and fashion online magazine in the US. I always enjoy working with her because she has not only great sense of creative skills but also has an excellent communication skill.’’ -Rumi Nagata, Winged Wheel (Tokyo)