For many of us, finding creative work that we resonate with is welcomed more than ever right now. Bristol-based illustrator and ceramicist Rosi Tooth creates just that. With a focus on starting conversations that matter, Rosi’s work regularly addresses issues such as mental health, loneliness – and most recently, the global pandemic. A fine art graduate of 2017 from Oxford Brookes, Rosi was initially faced with a plethora of job rejections and a traumatising unpaid internship. But gradually, Rosi began experimenting by drawing “squiggly blobby nude ladies” and the rest was history. From blue pubic hairs to humorous and honest accompanying copy, Rosi is taking it one day at a time and inspiring a generation whilst she’s at it. We learn a thing or two from the young artist, like how she is learning to accept her body through her work and the impact leaving university had on her mental health and confidence.