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EMMA PIKE

Emma Pike
Busy as a Bee
2016

A how-to publication that was created to work both for adults and for children, utilising paper-cut illustrations and smaller easy to understand excerpts for children. It gives an overview of regulations and considerations when becoming a beekeeper, as well as ways to help a struggling bee population.

I’m a designer that mostly enjoys working with print mediums, particularly packaging and publications, with a fondness for illustration.

embpike.com
instagram/flyingwithbirbs
emma.b.pike@gmail.com

Emma Pike
Dealing with Death
2016

A publication created to explore the traditions surrounding death in different cultures, including festivals, burial methods, and traditions involving how the family grieved. It was created as an overview of some of the traditions from all over the world, to work as a starting point for those interested in the topic.

Emma Pike
Hokey Pokey Annual Report
2016

An annual report created for a candy company, this publication works with bright colours reminiscent of candy in order to add interest to what is considered a usually dry subject.The mixture of infographics, images and text draws the eye and makes it easier to pick out key points.

Emma Pike
Speaking in Tongs
2016

This line of packaging was created for a line of kitchen utensils, with the idea that each utensil and item would come with a recipe card intended to be kept and used with the product itself. The packaging was designed to be striking and eye-catching.

Emma Pike
Tea Tonic Gift Box
2016

Created as a package for the brand Tea Tonic, this gift box was designed to have a use after the tea was removed or finished off. It was created to have a secondary purpose as a small lantern that could be put on display.

Emma Pike
Winnie the Pooh Book Covers
2016

Created using linocut prints that were then added to with watercolour, to create a playful and colourful style that reflected the nature of the books.

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