I’m Emma Mannino & it’s nice to meet you.
Saint Aubin Ink was started by Emma Mannino (St.Aubin), an independent illustrator and designer.
I launched my print line, Saint Aubin Ink, as a way to share my favorite snippets of my home and surrounding neighborhoods, and from that fuel, I illustrated the architecture around me.
I am open to illustration collaborations and creating custom building portraits. If you are curious about a specific project, or if you just want to say hi, let’s have a chat!
Inquiries will be replied to within 3-5 business days.
Frequently Asked Questions.
How do I place an order?
How much does it cost to have my house drawn?
An individual building or home portrait [printed on 110lb 8x10” white cardstock] costs $55 USD. Each additional building costs $55, regardless of how many buildings are on the portrait. If you would like the digital copy of your drawing, each digital building will cost $74 USD. If you would like both the hard copy AND the digital copy, it will cost $98 USD.
What is the turnaround time?
It takes approximately 2 weeks to draw and complete each portrait. During this time I will email you a draft to ensure the portrait looks as intended before I ship you the final portrait.
How long will it take for my order to ship?
All orders are shipped via USPS and take approximately 3-5 business days within the United States, or 7-21 days outside of the United States.
Is everything hand drawn?
Yes, all paper goods are illustrated by hand and reprinted by Emma Mannino in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Are you an architect?
No, I am not an architect. I draw fine line, pen and ink representations of buildings and homes. My drawings are not intended to look identical to your building or home - bricks and windows are not measured and will not be perfectly to scale. I am an artist so I add artistic flair to all of my work. If you are looking for an architect, however, I can refer you to my dad!
How long do the temporary tattoos last?
Our temporary tattoos last about 3 days, depending on the size and placement of the tattoo. Temporary tattoos last much longer when applied in an area that isn’t rubbed often. For the best application of your tattoo, be sure your skin is dry, and free of oil, lotion and makeup, since temporary tattoos apply best to clean, dry skin. Try to choose a smooth, hair-free area of skin that doesn’t crease or stretch when you move. Once applied, temporary tattoos are waterproof, so they won’t come off in the shower, pool, or in that water gun fight with your family! Temporary tattoos can be easily removed with a bit of rubbing alcohol, hand sanitizer, baby oil or even with a few strips of transparent household tape.
What about Wholesale?
Please email email@example.com let me know your store and location and what you are interested in carrying. I'll get back to you within a few days with more information and the wholesale order form!