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  • Emily Glaubinger


    San Francisco, CA

Illustrator and Designer specializing in apparel and accessories. In Love with textile and pattern design. I have been a featured artist in Juxtapoz Magazine and the Contemporary Book of Illustration. I have participated in Art shows around the Globe, and illustrated for a variety of things including band posters, magazines, t shirts and even larger than life chalk murals. I am always on the lookout for new and exciting projects and collaborations.

Work Samples

  • Design

  • Illustration

  • Portraits

Work History

Emily Glaubinger, 347 244 4253. drawingisawesome@gmail.com Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Bachelor of Fine Arts, May 2000 Freelance Illustration, Graphic and Fashion Design March 2007- Present Clients: Nike, Disney, Jeep, Tilly’s, New Standard Clothing, Threadless.com, POOL tradeshow, Artists Television Access, R.E.Load Bags Currently responsible for developing original art for apparel, marketing and collateral, design and design direction. Key duties include organization and development of graphics, seasonal trends, concepts, colors, fabrics, and styling through worldwide market research, local and online resources and sales input. Position requires creation of product and trend presentations to ensure a cohesive line while working with an overseas design team. Also teaching Adobe Illustrator CS5 course at Miami Ad School. Goorin Bros. May 2008 – February 2009 Creative Director Responsible for design, design direction and development for all private label brands at an established accessories company. Brands include Urban Outfitters, Macy's, Target, DC Comics, American Rag, Six Flags, Hot Topic and Hat World. Supervised a staff of three designers in addition to interns and freelancers. Key responsibilities included hiring, delegating and managing designers to create youth and counter culture inspired designs for a volume driven business. Organized all aspects of design and production. Ensured designs met merchant line plans, assortment strategies, price points and overall creative direction on target with preexisting private label brand integrity. GAMA-GO April 2007 - March 2008 Designer/Illustrator Responsible for design and illustration for all men’s and women’s apparel, accessories and house wares as well as print and packaging. Designed and built tradeshow booths. Gyro Worldwide July 2004- March 2006 Art Director Responsible for design and illustration and design direction for multiple brands including Sailor Jerry, Converse, John Fluevog, Camel, Mountain Dew, Steven Starr. Responsibilities included all aspects of design, apparel, web content and tradeshow booths.


Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University