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Emily Jones
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Freelance graphic designer in London.
Freelance graphic designer in London.

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I'm trying to improve my illustration skills - especially digital illustration which isn't something I've really tried. Here's a self portrait I created using @procreate and Apple Pencil on iPad. I found it tricky to work out what brushes to use but once I got going it was pretty fun. See Instagram for a progress video https://buff.ly/2ALQ0Ts
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An interesting wall with a bonus 🐢
I actually didn't realise there was a dog in the shot until I got home and started editing πŸ˜‚
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Here's a fun teal and red edit of Barbican, London. Getting back into having fun with photography and editing again.
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What's better than the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards? Well it's the COMEDY Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards. I just had to share πŸ˜‚http://www.businessinsider.com/comedy-wildlife-photo-awards-winners-2017-12
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Spotted these unusual flat blocks in East London (not sure where... I was lost at the time πŸ˜‚)
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Really informative article about digital typography - well worth a read!
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I've uploaded a new YouTube video all about +Hattie Stewart's exhibition at the Now Gallery in Greenwich. The last day is today so catch it if you can!
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Recently I've been attracted to mustard yellow and I've tried on loads of clothes in the colour and it just doesn't suit me 😭 😭 😭 so I guess standing against a yellow wall will have to suffice! πŸ˜‚
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I recently visited the wonderful city of Budapest. Here's four days in Budapest compressed into 90 seconds. This is my first travel video, so I'd love to know what you think!
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I recently visited The View at the Shard and it didn't disappoint! Although it was a grey day visibility was good and we could see the Wembley Stadium Arch (which we're told isn't always visible). The city doesn't look so busy from that high up and it looks like things move a lot slower... Like these trains πŸš‚
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