I’m Claudia Faber, the artist/ illustrator responsible for the work that you are about to browse through. I used to paint under my maiden name, Claudia Liebenberg for Claude Illustration, but have decided that it is time for a fresh & simple change. Enjoy the browse & let me know what you think!

2022 © Claudia Faber, All Rights Reserved.


press and collaborations

have a look at the projects that I’ve been keeping myself busy with


A proudly South African product, painted in my Somerset East studio, printed & packaged in Cape Town by an efficient admin team. Each artwork has 50 numbered editions available & once they are sold out, they won’t be printed again. Every piece is printed on cold-pressed 300GSM archival paper & beautifully retains its pigment over time. They are also individually quality checked before they head out to you.

prints and textiles

worldwide shipping available on checkout.
Free shipping in SA for orders above R5000


Botanical Prints from Watercolour Illustrations
Sold by the metre


Fine Art Prints on Cotton-rich Archival Paper
A5 – A2


3 framing options are available on all prints
In natural wood, black and white


Educational Artwork
For the kids


A local product, down to the high quality printing. I’ve always envisioned entire walls to be covered in a single artwork. Wallpaper is a beautiful way to elevate your space in an easy, elegant way.


These products come straight from the heart of our family. They are all inspired by our adventure loving twin girls, with each piece made to be an heirloom. Shop here…


These products come straight from the heart of our home, the Karoo. Shop here…


I painted an Animal Alphabet for my newborn twin daughters back in 2018. This Box Set offers a linen box filled with all 26 letters printed individually on square cards.


I did not study Fine Art, but rather BSc Human Science at Stellenbosch University, and completed my Honors degree in Family Psychology. From the youngest age, I wanted to be an artist & most of my interest lay with the arts. Never having been in an art class, I had to teach myself through reproducing what I see on paper or canvas, learning to use mediums & correctly spotting colours & capturing light.

Watercolour became the medium that chose me in some sense. We understand each other by now & have learnt to work with its delicately feminine, mind-of-its-own fluidity. I love the medium, in all its free form. Other mediums are so much fun to explore as well, & I do enjoy learning new skills with each.