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Hello! I’m Emily.
As a freelance artist and designer, I help small businesses, nonprofits, and individuals succeed using identity, web, and print design.
I’d love to help you set up and manage your own web presence, create print and social media graphics, or even paint you a mural, using design and art skills to improve your business and brighten your day.
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What People Are Saying About My Design Work
“Thanks again SO much for all the incredibly complicated work you did on my print materials, labels, and online store: what a gift to just be able to say “GO” and have you do everything so seamlessly. It’s really wonderful having you on my team, as someone who combines your intricate knowledge of the field with the understanding and knowledge of how my business works. I value it so much!”
I have had the pleasure of working with Margaret & Emily on a number of projects and would highly recommend their services without hesitation. Never have I received more positive feedback on an event promotion then when I used their designs. I also love that I can always trust that the writing pieces will convey my message with appropriate tone for the audience. I appreciate most their responsiveness, punctuality and attention to specific detail; they make sure to thoroughly understand the nuances of a project prior to launching, which always saves time & most importantly, budget.
What an asset to the farm community and business community! I have worked with Emily Longbrake and Margaret Adsit on a few occasions working on logos and building my website. Communication being key to the success of both logo and website design, these ladies are able to take ideas and put them into media forms that are both artistic and professional, but also tell the story behind each product and service. I found working with them to be smooth and complete. These gals are thorough, reasonably priced, and care about what they are doing and how it will grow the businesses they are working with. They take the time to listen to their clients and make sure that they are happy with the final results. My website is both beautiful and functional. We have found a steady increase in direct sales since having this site completed. And the logos are creative and really updated original designs without losing historical reference.
Recent Blog Posts
Discover the history and culture of the Palmer area with this printable activity book, including coloring pages, a maze, a word search and family-friendly recipe. Print on 8.5×11″ paper as single pages or as a booklet. Printable PDF (12 letter size pages) Printable...
This marks my eighth year designing a poster, website and graphic identity for a local gardening, food, art and music festival, and to flash back to the first annual event, I chose a raven with bright patterns inspired by linocuts and the hot colors of flowers,...
This body of work, Collages, navigates the landscape and texture of the past 18 months in wood, glass and paper. These experiments with hand-marbled paper, laser-cut birch and art glass in relief and three dimensions reflect an escape into pattern, iteration and...
For the 2021 IGCA Alaska Member’s Show, I submitted this 20×20″ mixed media panel, ink and oil on paper. Find out more and become a member or donate at igcaalaska.org. The exhibition will open on March 5, 2021 and the exhibition will run through March 27,...
For my seventh year designing a poster, website and graphic identity for a local gardening, food, art and music festival, I designed a Scandinavian-inspired mandala of garden tools, food, music notes, art supplies and more. For the round version of the design,...
In February 2020, I bought a screenprinted poster by Mike Burdick entitled "Mt. Stupid" at Signal-Return. Featuring a bald peak with big letters announcing its name, the print made me laugh and cringe immediately. I've hiked Mount Stupid many times, only to realize...
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