In this gallery Emma presents a cross section of designs from her many years working as a commercial artist, illustrator and textile designer, as well as the years she worked full time as artist at Hallmark Cards and Ladelle. For the last nine years she has produced beautiful seasonal botanical illustrations for the textile prints of Bianca Lorenne Fine Linens.
These are images of products designed for very specific consumers which have sold in all major retailers around Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. In developing these products she has travelled to Europe, America and Asia for trend analysis, collaborated with sales and marketing teams, liaised with local and offshore suppliers, and presented seasonal product ranges to buyers of major retailers.
Emma uses traditional painting and drawing methods and digital illustration to form designs based on international trends, market research and sales analysis. Her objective is to produce high quality artwork that is functional and beautiful, designed to sell.
Product design and illustration: Bianca Lorenne Fine Linens, Babaji's Kitchen, tiffaney bishop Collective, Ferny Creek Primary School, Yarra Ranges Council, Starcorp Textiles, Hallmark Cards Australia, Ladelle, Jeremy Boot, Ashdene, Snugglebum, Tapestry Knitwear, Custard, Rhodamine Design, Apsara Textiles, AP Trees, Mark Farrelly Photography, Anton Gerner Furniture, OTM Bookkeeping, Into Trees, VTIO, Optimum, Altmann & Cherny, various birthday and wedding invitations.
Textile Design Illustration for Svernare Collection
Oscar Vintage Coffee Van Logo
Couchin range of linen
School Principal Farewell Gift
Water For The Environment
Bottega range of linen
Large window map and artwork of the parks and waterways of the Dandenong Ranges
Commissioned by the Minister for Environment and Climate Change with tbC to highlight the health of the Yarra river
The local Indian Street Food Wallahs are here, as bright as ever. I've loved doing this artwork, inspired by traditional hand painted truck decorations from Southern India. Look out for their marquee at all the local markets.