Hunt Emerson is an internationally acclaimed illustrator and has drawn cartoons and comic strips since the early 1970s. He has published around 30 comic books and albums, mainly with Knockabout Comics (London). His work has been seen in countless magazines, ranging from Radio Times to Fortean Times; from the Wall Street Journal to The Beano AND he has wide experience in hosting cartoon and comics workshops.
This has been an interesting year for the bookmark. It needed to be a little different to reflect the 45th anniversary of the Association of Literary Societies. It also needed to support the return to Birmingham of the AGM weekend where the ALS began.
Bookmark for the Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen Societies
It was fun producing a new booklet for the Johnson Society in Lichfield about Samuel Johnson's life...
Further developments of the Transactions design
From Dickens to Brontë
Various celebrations were taking place to mark Samuel Johnson's Tercentenary...
Energy rising and lighting the Olympic flame
I felt that the manual design needed to have a feel of quality and authority
This display board supported an exhibition held at the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum in 2012 on Sport in Georgian England. How did the professional sports we see today develop from the games held at country wakes in Johnson’s time?