Jenny Robins in the press:

page 45

‘A delicious, grin-inducing joy – as well as one of the most effortlessly accessible and all-inclusive celebrations of friendships that I’ve ever been blessed to stumble across. It has leapfrogged, legs akimbo, over hundreds upon hundreds of other comics to find itself quite startlingly in my Top Twenty Favourite Graphic Novels Of All Time.’—Stephen Holland, Page 45

the herald




"Biscuits is a delight. A hilarious and heartwarming trip through the once bustling streets of London, with all the secrets and stories its inhabitants contain."


“As a first graphic novel this is a remarkable piece of work. Complex, thoughtful, daring, and at times funny. It’s a stark reminder that wherever we come from, we are all so alike, sharing the same hopes and fears, and a desire for companionship.”


Inside Look: Biscuits (assorted) – Myriad First Graphic Novel Competition Winner Jenny Robins Talks About Her Debut GN and Previous Minicomics Practice in this Exclusive Creator Commentary
Myriad Editions Announce Graphic Novels by Broken Frontier ‘Six to Watch’ Artist Sabba Khan and BF Team Member Jenny Robins


Pick What You Fancy From Jenny Robins’ Assorted Biscuits #3point52billion


Review of my found text comic Loved and Found for Meanwhile… #2

” …the staccato nature of the delivery in the cut-ups gives you a different reading experience, the idea of the format more important than the actuality of the story. But you’ll still be surprised by how Robins spins a love story with all the ups and downs you could expect and a couple you might not.”

Bloggers on their fun time at the Storyhands Sketchbook Scavenger Hunt we ran as part of The Big Draw 2014:

Jody Arthur         Paul Shinn         Corselette 

TateTate Lab: May 2014 with StoryHands

london is the reason


“It’s always good to get things in the post, but these fun, vibrant postcards really caught my eye when they arrived in the office – the whole point of self-promo items, after all.” Rob Mead-Green in Computer Arts Magazine


3 Tweeting Illustrators pt8


‘Jenny Robins does really imaginative and colourful images of people and has a great sense of humour.’

grafik magazine


‘Jenny Robins is really good at drawing. Solipsistic Pop


‘I received my ‘live illustration’ through from the talented Jenny Robins who painted me in less than 5 minutesWishwishwish

design week‘Illustrator Jenny Robins, who drew me on the night, explained that when drawing from the catwalk, sometimes you only have a minute – or often substantially less – to give an impression of the garments on show.’ Design Week

‘I spent ten minutes sitting for lovely Jenny Robins who managed to capture my unruly fringe with charming (or alarming…) accuracy.’  Oh Comely Magazine 



‘Here’s a quicky with London based illustrator Jenny Robins. You have to check out the rest of her website, it’s awesome!’ Pikaland


‘Jenny Robins is a fab illustrator with a unique styletigerprint


Articles written by me:

A selection of articles written for Broken Frontier:

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Illustrator in Extra-Ordinary, Jenny Robins specialises in immediate, intelligent visual communication using really yummy lines and colours. and splashes of serendipitous collage elements.

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