About Me

Emma Fisher is a graphic designer and illustrator living in London. She has a passion for print and uses the practice of screen print to translate her digital work to paper, and home textiles. 


I received a YCN award for my entry to design a conversational print for Cath Kidston that reflected the brands heritage, and showed versatility across a product range. My print was exhibited in their flagship store and featured in YCN student awards book.
This year I was selected as one of one hundred entries out of a thousand into The Prize for Illustration 2015: London Places and Spaces competition. The work had to reflect the capital’s distinct personality and characteristics. I produced a two layer screen print based around the London Overground, using the two distinctive orange and blue colour scheme to create my design. 
My entry into the Secret 7" awards was exhibited in a public exhibition and signed by the band I created the artwork for, Bombay Bicycle Club.
I was contacted by MTV to be featured in their Young at Art scheme. As a selected artist this meant that my work was chosen to be installed in the MTV head office in Camden and profiled as a Young at Art artist for the year.





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