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February 5th, 2013 by Emily

Fall Fashion for Milk X Monthly

I created some fashion illustrations for Issue 71 of Hong Kong’s Milk X Monthly Magazine.  Check out FW12 styles from 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alexander McQueen, Prada, & more below!

Milk X Monthly, Issue 71

Louis Vuitton (left) and Prada (right).

Comme Des Garcons (left) and Haider Ackermann (right).

Alexander McQueen FW12

Louis Vuitton FW12 
Haider Ackermann FW12
Comme Des Garcons FW12
3.1 Philip Lim FW12
Prada FW12
January 14th, 2012 by Emily

The Obits – for Art Asia Pacific Almanac 2012


I illustrated the obituaries for Art Asia Pacific’s Almanac 2012. The portraits depict prominent artists from the Asia-Pacific region who passed away in 2011. You can pick up a copy of the AAP Almanac at newstands now.

January 13th, 2012 by Emily

Jet Magazine – Creative Platform


Thanks to Hong Kong’s Jet Magazine for interviewing me in their January 2012 issue. Each month they feature a locally-based artist in their Creative Platform series. If you can read Chinese, click on the pic for a larger image to read the article.

January 9th, 2012 by Emily

Swan Lake for Kids


I’m happy to share my poster design for the Hong Kong Ballet’s performance of Ballet Classics for Children: Swan Lake. If you’re in Hong Kong, you can still catch the performance – it’s on this weekend at the Hong Kong Cultural Center.

November 30th, 2011 by Emily

STYLIN’ – New Paintings

Here are some new pieces I made for the STYLIN’ show.  I always love a good excuse to draw hair.  I’ll be posting some photos from the exhibition and opening night soon!
Cocoon, acrylic on board

Dream, acrylic on board

Electric Ponytails, acrylic on board

Sour Girls, acrylic on cardstock

November 11th, 2011 by Emily

STYLIN’ – Press in HK Mag!

Thanks HK Mag for a writeup of our show! ;)  
We had a huge turnout for our opening last night – thanks to all who came out! 
Will be posting some pics from the opening party and the exhibition very soon. 
October 29th, 2011 by Emily

STYLIN’: Personal Expressions of Beauty

We’re at it again!  A hair salon isn’t the first place you’d think of to check out local art, but LaBelle Salon in Central Hong Kong is no stranger to the scene.  In the past it has hosted live graffiti shows, DJ performances, and more recently, Tangled, a group art exhibition that took place in 2009.  You can check out more on that show here.  As the curator of Tangled, I’m excited to once again join forces with the LaBelle Salon team to bring together a diverse group of artists for an exhibition that explores the elements of beauty from a personal point of view.
STYLIN’ asks: If our hairstyles express who we are, and who we want to be, does art follow suit?  How does an artist’s choice of color or subject matter shed light on deeper meaning within a work?  Are hairstylists themselves artists of a sort?
In STYLIN’: Personal Expressions of Beauty, six artists showcase their very different works. Installation artist and sculptor Movana Chen weaves paper into dreamy organic forms; while illustrator, makeup artist, and founder of her own label Wahahaha Factory, May Sum showcases her colorful characters and the imaginary world they inhabit.  Ronan Leung, a graphic designer and illustrator, uses punchy color combinations in his quirky illustrations, and illustrator Emily Eldridge‘s fashionable characters are cheeky females with an edge.  Spanish shoe designer Hermenegildo Muxart showcases his brand of luxury shoes under his 22-year-old internationally recognized label Muxart Barcelona, while painter Wesley Terpstra explores his attraction to local Hong Kong ephemera through his stenciled abstract painting series. 
Join us for the opening reception of the exhibition on Thursday, Nov. 10th, from 7:00-10:00pm at LaBelle Salon.  Address is listed above.

October 12th, 2011 by Emily

WANTED for Lane Crawford

I illustrated this season’s “It Girls” for the recently relaunched Lane Crawford website
“Known to the fashion mob by their distinctive nickname, must-have reputation, and iconic style, five renegade forces are the talk of the town for Autumn/Winter 2011… Catch them if you can!”
Each illustration features an “It” look for the A/W 2011 season from the respective designers’ collections.  You can check out the full illustrations and the rest of the article here.
Hmm, time to do some shopping?

February 7th, 2011 by Emily

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February 1st, 2011 by Emily

Back in action.



So happy to be back in the studio!  Will be sharing some new work soon…