+All rainbows and lovely things aside, honestly what's the hardest part about what you do?
+What's your sketchbooking process like?
+What's next for Emma Block// What do you see yourself doing in five years?
In five years time I would like to have a couple more books under my belt, be working with a few more dream clients, hopefully I'll be able to afford somewhere with a garden (not easy in London!) and get a dog.
Emma Block, for me, is one of those amazing illustrators that touches people's lives & brightens the day. Her blog & twitter are things I constantly keep up with, as she's one of those few people who feel real and are open with their lives. & There's nearly all of her shop on my Christmas & birthday wishlist, tehe.
But all of that aside, I'm so glad I reached out to her. She's always been amazingly inspirational for me and I was so happy to realize that she's exactly the kind of warm & wonderful person I thought her to be.
Are you familiar with Emma's work? What's your favorite thing she's done? Do you have someone who inspires you that you could contact? xo,