Minnesota transplant Emory Allen creates whimsical characters and custom lettering for clients the world over. Inspired equally by Jim Henson, Herb Lubalin, and Wolverine, his work is the product of an adult that never learned how to stop being a kid. His unique brand of storytelling has been recognized by Adobe, HOW, and The Huffington Post among others.
Emory is currently working with the animation and motion graphics team at NEIGHBOR in Minneapolis. He also takes on exciting freelance opportunities.
American Greetings, AOL, Automobile Magazine, Billboard, BUST, Neff Headwear, Nickelodeon for Struck, Pacific Standard, Psyop, Rogers, Sasquatch Music Festival for Wexley School for Girls, Star Tribune, Target for Little and Company, The Wall Street Journal
The Fox Is Black, Pictoplasma, HOW, Beautiful/Decay, Juxtapoz, Semi-Permanent, OFFF "Year Zero", Ape On The Moon, TypoShirt One, Playful Type 2, IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties, Cut & Paste, Styl.us, Drawn, FormFiftyFive