Alma B Children's Educational Wall Art

Creative and Educational Childrens Wall Art

Hi! I’m Rebecca.

I’m a Brisbane-based illustrator who is passionate about creating imaginative and educational artwork for children's walls, at a quality that adults love to have on display. 

I'm also a mum to two adventurous and inspiring boys, and wife to Luke; DIY guru, word-smith and all-round helper.

why nursery wall art?

My background is in graphic design, and my label, Alma B, was formed as a creative outlet in 2006 while working in corporate graphic design. I’ve had a few career twists and turns since then, but it wasn’t until I had my first son that my passion for children’s illustration and nursery art began. I loved seeing him inspired and full of fun while creating something or learning something new, so I saw an opportunity to decorate his walls in a way that inspired this. 

Think of the amount of time a child looks at the walls of their bedroom
- what is on their walls can really inspire and shape the people they will become.

The Alma B range offers bright, bold colours, imaginative scenes, lots of fun and lots of learning about the natural world. Here you will find wall art that is beautiful enough for a nursery, interesting enough for a school-aged child, and at a quality that can last the years. 

Want to know and see more?

Head here to see the range of prints and wall stickers available. You can also sign up to my newsletter (below) to keep in touch - you’ll find out about all the latest products, have exclusive access to sales and offers, be sent free printables and creative projects every now and again, as well as gain access to 10% off purchases. 

If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact me here.


A little note about the name, Alma B...

Lots of people ask me about it, and it's a very short story, so I decided to include it in my website!

Alma is my middle name, so when I wanted a creative outlet outside of my professional career, Alma just made sense. These days, Alma B is blending more and more with my professional life, but the name has stuck. So there you have it; the label is Alma B, the illustrator is Rebecca Holland.