Emily tan is one of the most innovative and naturally gifted image makers of recent times. A minimalist, a maximalist, utilising multiple techniques and mediums together with a unique style, creating art of exceptional imagination and distinction.
The power of the work is founded upon her motivation as a social entrepreneur, her altruistic determination to stimulate social change and inspire positive impact. This exciting young artist is currently working with the world wildlife fund uk, on a series of nine, stunning, large scale animal portraiture’s.
Each animal being personally named by celebrity ambassadors and employees of WWF UK, they will be applied across a wide range of merchandise and the original artworks will be sold in auction during 2016. All funds raised go towards WWF.
Emily has enjoyed remarkable success and international acclaim since her graduation from university campus Suffolk in 2012. Her inclusion into the publication and national touring exhibition of the best of British illustrators aoi images 36, a time warner London [tcm] prize winner, and winner of Sappi; ideas that matter campaign ‘drawing life’, testify to both her philanthropy and professional accolade, both as an artist and a designer.
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