Free Desktop wallpaper #6: April’s foliage

It has been such a long time since I haven’t shared a free wallpaper with you, I know! But today here is one to celebrate spring and the new leaves and flowers growing on the trees.


Click here to download your desktop wallpaper.

Click here to download your iPhone wallpaper.

If you have any idea for what you would like to have for the following wallpapers, I am all ears!

Have a great week 🙂



New Cheese poster – Les Fromages Francais

Finally a new post 🙂 It has been such a long time since I last posted… It is far from forgotten, and believe me I would really love to post more and make more personal artwork, but until someone discovers how to duplicate ourselves, I just have to take it slowly and step by step. It is very difficult, because I am not very patient and I get frustrated quite quickly when I can’t do what I planned, but I guess realizing it is already some first little step to changing it 😉

Anyway, today I would like to present you my latest poster, which was making me very hungry for cheeses when I was painting it 🙂 I am such a cheese lover (as a french person, how could it be otherwise!!) and painting all kinds of different cheeses made me very happy!

I hope you like it! It is now available in my Etsy shop, don’t hesitate to check it out.watercolor-french-cheese-food-illustration-nathalie-ouederniposter-watercolor-french-cheese-food-illustration-nathalie-ouederni watercolor-french-cheese-foor-illustration-nathalie-ouederni

Friday Happy Hour: Whiskey Smash

Today is not friday, but I wanted to share with you an illustration I made a couple weeks ago for the stationery blog Oh So Beautiful Paper for their friday Happy hour post.

This week, I illustrated the Whiskey Smash, and here is the recipe:


The Whiskey Smash

2 oz Bourbon Whiskey
1/2 oz Simple Syrup
1/2 a Lemon, Quartered
2 Mint Sprigs

Combine all of your ingredients in a cocktail shaker and add a few big pieces of ice, as big and as square as you can find and fit. Shake hard to pulverize the lemon and mint, then strain into a tumbler filled with fresh crushed ice. Garnish with more mint and enjoy!


At the beginning of this year, I made this series of mixed media Illustrations, mixing an ink splatter i created first by hand with a photograph i took in different places. I scanned the inks and mixed it with the photograph in Photoshop. I called the results ‘inkscapes’ to mix ink and landscape in one same image. I wanted to experiment around the edges of an image, literally and figuratively. Where does a landscape start, where does it end?

inkscape & cityInkscape & Mountains  Inkscape & reflection inkscape & sky Inkscape & trees inkscape & woman inkscape 1 inkscape & leaves