Illustration

Illustration

Illustration

Illustration

MULTI-MEDIA | DIGITAL | PEN & INK | TYPOGRAPHY

MULTI-MEDIA | DIGITAL | PEN & INK | TYPOGRAPHY

MULTI-MEDIA | DIGITAL | PEN & INK | TYPOGRAPHY

MULTI-MEDIA | DIGITAL | PEN & INK | TYPOGRAPHY

In addition to Graphic Design and Typography, I have extensive illustration experience. Sometimes it is integrated with my graphic design work, and sometimes purely on its own. Here are a few of my favorites.

In addition to Graphic Design and Typography, I have extensive illustration experience. Sometimes it is integrated with my graphic design work, and sometimes purely on its own. Here are a few of my favorites.

In addition to Graphic Design and Typography, I have extensive illustration experience. Sometimes it is integrated with my graphic design work, and sometimes purely on its own. Here are a few of my favorites.

In addition to Graphic Design and Typography, I have extensive illustration experience. Sometimes it is integrated with my graphic design work, and sometimes purely on its own. Here are a few of my favorites.

CLIENT: Home + Yonder
PROJECT: Winter Was Warm
Holiday CD
MEDIUM: Black ink with charcoal

CLIENT: Self-initiated
PROJECT: Homonyms, Los Angeles, CA
MEDIUM: Red & Black Sharpie on white bond

CLIENT: Self-initiated
PROJECT: Homonyms, Los Angeles, CA
MEDIUM: Red & Black Sharpie on white bond

CLIENT: Self-initiated
PROJECT: Homonyms, Los Angeles, CA
MEDIUM: Red & Black Sharpie on white bond

CLIENT: Self-initiated
PROJECT: Homonyms, Los Angeles, CA
MEDIUM: Red & Black Sharpie on white bond

Description: I've always been interested in language, and especially anomalies in the English language like homonyms. Given this, I created a series of simple line illustrations using homonyms. They are entitled: “After a Number of Injections, My Jaw Got Number,” depicting an otter giving a crocodile an injection in its jaw, “We Must Polish the Polish Furniture,” depicting an octopus dusting furniture, “Upon Seeing a Tear, I Shed a Tear,” depicting a hippo crying about the rip in her dress caused by the small dog, and “The Bandage Was Wound Around the Wound” depicting a spider wrapping one of the legs on the spider.

Description: I've always been interested in language, and especially anomalies in the English language like homonyms. Given this, I created a series of simple line illustrations using homonyms. They are entitled: “After a Number of Injections, My Jaw Got Number,” depicting an otter giving a crocodile an injection in its jaw, “We Must Polish the Polish Furniture,” depicting an octopus dusting furniture, “Upon Seeing a Tear, I Shed a Tear,” depicting a hippo crying about the rip in her dress caused by the small dog, and “The Bandage Was Wound Around the Wound” depicting a spider wrapping one of the legs on the spider.

Description: I've always been interested in language, and especially anomalies in the English language like homonyms. Given this, I created a series of simple line illustrations using homonyms. They are entitled: “After a Number of Injections, My Jaw Got Number,” depicting an otter giving a crocodile an injection in its jaw, “We Must Polish the Polish Furniture,” depicting an octopus dusting furniture, “Upon Seeing a Tear, I Shed a Tear,” depicting a hippo crying about the rip in her dress caused by the small dog, and “The Bandage Was Wound Around the Wound” depicting a spider wrapping one of the legs on the spider.

Description: I've always been interested in language, and especially anomalies in the English language like homonyms. Given this, I created a series of simple line illustrations using homonyms. They are entitled: “After a Number of Injections, My Jaw Got Number,” depicting an otter giving a crocodile an injection in its jaw, “We Must Polish the Polish Furniture,” depicting an octopus dusting furniture, “Upon Seeing a Tear, I Shed a Tear,” depicting a hippo crying about the rip in her dress caused by the small dog, and “The Bandage Was Wound Around the Wound” depicting a spider wrapping one of the legs on the spider.

Description: I've always been interested in language, and especially anomalies in the English language like homonyms. Given this, I created a series of simple line illustrations using homonyms. They are entitled: “After a Number of Injections, My Jaw Got Number,” depicting an otter giving a crocodile an injection in its jaw, “We Must Polish the Polish Furniture,” depicting an octopus dusting furniture, “Upon Seeing a Tear, I Shed a Tear,” depicting a hippo crying about the rip in her dress caused by the small dog, and “The Bandage Was Wound Around the Wound” depicting a spider wrapping one of the legs on the spider.

CLIENT: Home + Yonder
PROJECT: Winter Was Warm
Holiday CD

MEDIUM: Black ink with charcoal

CLIENT: Home + Yonder
PROJECT: Winter Was Warm CD Project

CLIENT: Home + Yonder
PROJECT: Winter Was Warm CD Project

CLIENT: Home + Yonder
PROJECT: Winter Was Warm
CD

CLIENT: Home + Yonder
PROJECT: Winter Was Warm CD Project
MEDIUM: Pen & Ink with charcoal

I frequently get asked to include spot illustrations in design work. My “go to” technique is pen and ink, but in these examples I also used smudged charcoal which I felt lent a vintage touch (appropriate to the specific project I was working on).

I frequently get asked to include spot illustrations in design work. My “go to” technique is pen and ink, but in these examples I also used smudged charcoal which I felt lent a vintage touch (appropriate to the specific project I was working on).

I frequently get asked to include spot illustrations in design work. My “go to” technique is pen and ink, but in these examples I also used smudged charcoal which I felt lent a vintage touch (appropriate to the specific project I was working on).

I frequently get asked to include spot illustrations in design work. My “go to” technique is pen and ink, but in these examples I also used smudged charcoal which I felt lent a vintage touch (appropriate to the specific project I was working on).

THE WORLD IS FULL OF ORDINARY VISUAL DESIGN, WHY NOT EMBRACE THE UNEXPECTED?

THE WORLD IS FULL OF ORDINARY VISUAL DESIGN, WHY NOT EMBRACE THE UNEXPECTED?

THE WORLD IS FULL OF ORDINARY VISUAL DESIGN, WHY NOT EMBRACE THE UNEXPECTED?

THE WORLD IS FULL OF ORDINARY VISUAL DESIGN, WHY NOT EMBRACE THE UNEXPECTED?

THE WORLD IS FULL OF ORDINARY VISUAL DESIGN, WHY NOT EMBRACE THE UNEXPECTED?

Say hello! Like something you saw? Want to comment? Interested in doing business? Drop me a line at emilieburnham@me.com

Say hello! Like something you saw? Want to comment? Interested in doing business? Drop me a line at emilieburnham@me.com

Say hello! Like something you saw? Want to comment? Interested in doing business? Drop me a line at emilieburnham@me.com

Say hello! Like something you saw? Want to comment? Interested in doing business? Drop me a line at emilieburnham@me.com

Say hello! Like something you saw? Want to comment? Interested in doing business? Drop me a line at emilieburnham@me.com

@2019 Emilie Burnham

@2019 Emilie Burnham

@2019 Emilie Burnham

@2019 Emilie Burnham