About the Artist
Emily Garfield creates intricate maps of imaginary places that explore the origins of cities and the function of maps themselves.
Her drawings are inspired by the visual language of maps and the fractal similarity that cities share with biological processes such as the patterns of cells and neurons.
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Creating an abstract wreath design using digital drawing, a robotic pen plotter, and pen and watercolor.Posted on
Recap and context for a presentation on the mathematics of imaginary maps at the National Museum of Mathematics’ MOVES conference in August 2019Posted on
art in progress
Update on my completed submission for the Sketchbook Project library and 2019 sketchbook tour.Posted on
The recent months have been full of Christmas card design projects. For this card I was tasked with creating a design based on the same influences I’m grappling with in my personal work, and I went in quite an experimental direction. My brief to myself was to create something in the same mode as my Central […]Posted on