Emily has individually designed a whole range of personalised greeting cards for Moonpig which is constantly expanding and growing. Featuring sentimental words in Emily’s handwriting alongside her illustrations combined with the fact you can add your own name or photo makes these little cards extra special for any occasion
Kate Spade New York
Emily collaborated with Kate Spade New York to bring a little extra joy to their customers. They included The Happy Newspaper as a GWP in their online orders and featured a Happy News takeover in 9 of their stores when shops reopened after lockdown 2021.
In 2019 Emily teamed up with teen girl magazine Shout! With a ‘Dear Emily’ column feature in each issue which tackled many thoughts and feelings young girls often go through. From bullying to social media and more Emily talked honestly and openly whilst sharing some of her drawings and quotes as well as an Everyday Hero.
Emily collaborated with haircare brand OGX to bring their very first personalised bottles to life. Featuring Emily’s colourful, doodly designs, each bottle can be personalised to have your name on or as a gift for somebody else.
Emily did a Happy News takeover with UK based holiday park operator Darwin Escapes who featured The Happy Newspaper in their 22 resorts in various regions across England, Wales and Scotland. Emily added her colourful illustrations to the tiny suitcase and duck that are given to each family who stay at their resorts.
NEWTON FAULKNER - STUDIO ZOO
In 2013, Emily worked alongside singer-songwriter Newton Faulkner producing content and visuals over a 8 week process of recording his album whilst being live streamed 24-7. Emily photographed the final album cover for Sony Music and illustrated all of the designs for the tour merchandise.
THE SALFORD LITERACY TRAIL
The Salford Literacy Trail is a stunning collaboration between the National Literacy Trust and the Bupa Foundation to create 20 Book Bench sculptures in the heart of Salford. Running from Thursday 14th July to Friday 9th September, these eye-catching, unmissable benches have been designed by local artists working together with Salford schools. Each one uniquely captures how children feel about the books and stories that have inspired them and helped them to get in touch with their emotions. It’s an opportunity for families to discover the joys and benefits of reading by exploring the trail and taking part in a programme of activities over 10 weeks in the summer.