Emily Bornoff works in screenprint, litho, relief and etching. She uses narrative in her prints, often focusing on folk tales and fairytales, predominanly using animals in her images. She has exhibited her work at the Southbank printmakers, Cosmo China, 13 the Gallery and Putney exchange. Emily Bornoff took her MA in Children’s Book Illustration at Cambridge School of Art. Emily lives in London and works as an illustrator and children’s book designer for leading publishers. She loves to travel, picking up inspiration and new ideas along the way.
Emily Bornoff trained as an illustrator and surface designer. She loves many kinds of printing techniques but mainly screen prints. She is very interested in animal welfare and endangered species which are themes often shown in her work. She loves narrative, folk and fairy tales and loves to find stories from all over the world to use as inspiration and a basis for her work. She loves mid-century British artists such as Ravilious, Bawden and Ben Nicholson. She also adores textiles pattern and brands such as Marimekko, and the Edinburgh Weavers.