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Emi Ueoka · O! Paper Series

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Melbourne based illustrator Emi Ueoka launches her first range of greetings cards this week, just in time for the festive season. Featuring Emi’s distinctive delicate line drawings, this playful stationery range is entitled ‘O! Paper’.

20th November, 2014
Lucy Feagins
Thursday 20th November 2014

Earlier this year we introduced Japan-born, UK-educated, Melbourne based illustrator Emi Ueoka, whose distinctive delicate line drawings have earnt her commissions from clients including The New York Times and The New Yorker, Bloomberg, and a little closer to home, Readings bookstore!

This week, Emi launches her first range of greetings cards, just in time for the festive season.  Entitled ‘O! Paper‘, the range explores a more imaginative side of Emi’s drawings. ‘the series is dreamier and more playful than my editorial and personal work, with more elements of fantasy – but still mostly girls!’ says Emi!

Keen to ensure the range has a ‘personal touch’ without appearing overtly handmade, Emi hand cuts and folds all her 100% cotton cards. The illustrations are then also screen printed by hand at her studio.  Top effort!

‘I’ve been wanting to make greeting cards for a long time and I’ve been working with O! Paper in mind for about a year’ explains Emi.  ‘With the production I’ve tried to incorporate a balance of techniques. I hope the results feel gentle, sweet and fun.’

O! Paper cards are priced at $5.50 each, and can be purchased online here, or at the official launch party this evening at The Good Copy in Collingwood, Melbourne!

O! Paper by Emi Ueoka Launch Party
Thursday Nov 20th, 6.00pm – 8.00pm (tonight!)

The Good Copy
27 -29 Johnston st
Collingwood

O! Paper‘ cards and stationery by Melbourne illustrator Emi Ueoka, launching today!

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