Robyn Miller Design for Tiny Prints Birth Announcements, Baby Shower Invites, Holiday Cards & More
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After earning her degree in Fine Arts from the University of Michigan, Robyn Lash Miller moved to New York to launch a career in graphic design. Robyn's fun, fresh and funky style comes from her background as a children's book designer. She later went on to work in the grown-up world of magazine publishing for premier titles such as New York Magazine, Shape and Fit Pregnancy—later becoming the promotion art director for SELF Magazine. As gifts for friends, Robyn started to illustrate personalized birth announcements. Her designs soon became in demand across the playground, preschool and birthday party circuits. Parents who were sophisticated and stylish wanted Robyn's designs—meant for children, but not childish. Before long, she found herself with a budding business. In 2003, she officially launched Robyn Miller Design and expanded its line to include party invitations, moving announcements and holiday cards. Now a mother of three, Robyn continues to illustrate and design new products as she gets fully entrenched in the children's social scene. She currently lives in New York with her husband, Todd, and their sons, Jonah, Griffin and Trevor.
IN THE PRESS:
Robyn's eye for color and playful illustrations has earned her several celebrity clients, including Brooke Shields, Bryce Dallas Howard, New York Yankee Mark Teixeira and Ricki Lake to name a few. Her work has been featured in publications such as People, Bride's magazine, L.A. Kids, The Nest and UrbanBaby.
Robyn finds inspiration from her kids and loves putting smiles on their faces with her designs.
"While email, Facebook, Twitter and other internet applications have dramatically changed the way we communicate, it's still such a treat to receive a handwritten note or invitation in the mail."