Category Archives: Emily Herr

And the Winner of the Industrial Revolution Design Challenge is….

The winner of the Industrial Revolution challenge is Emelia Haglund!  Emelia’s design, inspired by changes in weaving during the Industrial Revolution and the Jacquard loom, was awesome from afar and up close.  Emelia’s use of color was appealing and unique … Continue reading

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Design Challenge Two: Emily Herr

I had a lot of things rumbling around in my head while I was coming up with my Industrial Pattern. I wanted to work more graphically than my previous pieces, if only to stretch that muscle a bit – I … Continue reading

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In the Studio with Emily Herr

WORKSPACE My workspace is divided in two – I have my business-y computer-y side where papers can pile up and things stay relatively free of paint and glue and pencil shavings, and I have the artwork side where the color … Continue reading

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Design Challenge One: Emily Herr

Emily Herr’s Tiny Dwellings…   Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was my guiding star for my first pattern (Petites Planétes) – he’s the author and illustrator of The Little Prince. His images of the prince’s tiny planet came to mind when I … Continue reading

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TOP TEN: Emily Herr

Name: Emily Herr Location: Richmond, Virginia I am an honors student studying Communication Arts and Media Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, where I’ve lived my whole life. I work in graphic design, illustration, and murals; for the past … Continue reading

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