About Emma

Emma Chinnery is an Illustrator and Cartoonist based in London, UK. Emma creates chalk board artwork and graphics for Whole Foods Market and has worked for clients including Aces Weekly and Bloomsbury Publishing. She has also appeared in Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year in association with the National Portrait Gallery.

Emma’s published works include Aces Weekly: THE VOID, GRANNY STATE, LAST THURSDAY and GRAN THEFT PUDDLETON. Bloomsbury Publishing: DRAWING A VEIL. Royal Academy of Engineering: DREAMS OF A LOW CARBON FUTURE which was nominated for National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) ‘Engage’ Awards 2014. Sky Arts: A LITTLE BOOK OF PORTRAITS.

Publications:

The Fix Magazine , Connexions – 2009/ 2010

Coitus Magazine – 2010

Tales of Conception Comics – 2010

Live Magazine – 2011/ 2012

The Who Cares Magazine – 2011

Drawing a Veil – Bloomsbury A&C Black – 2011

AOI Images 36 – 2012

White Court Dance Unlimited – 2013

Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year – 2013

Dreams of a Low Carbon Future – 2013

A Little Book of Portraits – 2014

Leeds Cycling Campaign – 2014

Guardian Guide – 2015

Aces Weekly Comics – 2015 – 2017

Dreams of a Low Carbon Future II – 2017

Supergen Bioenergy Graphic Novel – 2o17

 

Awards:

Dorothy Garderner Arts Award 2006

D&AD Student Awards InBook Prize 2010

Illustration BA Hons Illustration 2:1

Exhibitions:

I-spy Edgeware Road – 2011

Platform – 2011

D&AD New Blood – 2011

New Designers – 2011

London Art Crawl – 2011

High Five Exhibition – 2012

AOI Images 36 Tour – 2012

Braintree Arts Theatre – 2013

Sky Portrait Artist of the Year/ National Portrait Gallery – 2013

Dreams of a Low Carbon Future – 2013/ 2014

Thought Bubble Festival – 2013

The Cartoon Museum London – 2014

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