Jack Emmons. Artist.

With an eye for detail and an impeccable illustrative style, Jack Emmons is a new talent in Great British design and illustration that is undiscovered, but surely not for long. His beautiful illustrations are both whimsical and intricate, creating stunning depth and line work. With a growing online following Jack designs are slowly becoming more popular, all while he polishes off his degree. There’s no doubt once he leaves Universitywe’ll be seeing much more of him, and his beautiful illustrations.

His infectious sense of humour and friendly demeanour translate well into his work, giving it a unique character. Jack’s skills translate through to a variety of media, but he’s best know for beautiful and detailed line art illustrations. I urge you to head over to Jack’s Facebook page and check out his work. Keep an eye out now because Jack often sells cards and prints, but editions are limited so to get your hands on one of his beautiful designs you’ll need look out for news and new updates.

To find out more and see what’s next from this talented illustrator, then follow his facebook page now, or even send him a message. I guarantee you’ll love him and his work.


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About Katie House

Hi I’m Katie, and I’m a final year Advertising student at Huddersfield University. I’m a huge lover of all things Design related, but I’m also passionate about music and literature. I love getting out there, getting stuck in and seeing what more I can learn in the world of creativity and music. I’m a very passionate and dedicated person, with a love of communication design. When I’m not blogging for Gola or at University, I intern for a brand design agency, as well as write my own personal blog and often work freelance. I’m always up for a challenge and excited to try anything new. I was involved with the 2012 Born in Britain Gola campaign, so I’m thrilled to be back working with the team for 2013. I’m excited to get started and to see what talent I can uncover. Its been a great experience, and the blog has featured some amazing people, so who knows what 2013 will bring.

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