Thomas Sabo Chakra Collection
The store in South Molton Street, London was host to an evening of celebration and where Hannah’s work for this new collection could be seen. Her nature inspired patterned artwork represents the new Chakra collection and has been used across all the promotion and as a backdrop projection on the night. She says “The opening was a chance for me to see the illustration in large scale and also meet Mr Sabo and the lovely team I have been creating this illustration for.”
Vogue Japan Horoscopes
The Horoscope special illustrated gracefully by Hannah asks ‘Who’s Your Angel?’ and is packed with owls and cats, insects and birds, with a central feather clad figure – calm and serene.
Hong Kong Christmas Display
Hannah’s spectacular creations were transformed into Christmas decorations for the lighting show in Victoria Harbour where she was invited to be a part of the opening ceremony and interviewed about her work and inspiration. The event included a colouring session for school children and youth groups – where Hannah could collaborate with young artists from across the world. She says “The inspiration for the lighting installation was the imaginative stories told to me as a child. I delved into my childhood memories of Christmas tales and discovered many magical adventures with reindeers . My grandmother used to tell me stories about reindeers flying though the sky spreading love, peace and hope at Christmas . I was also inspired greatly by detailed Christmas patterns. Decorative, dreamy fine lines. I looked into microscopic patterns of snowflakes and used this in my mural to create a beautiful scene.” Hannah was thrilled to be asked to create the artwork and showcase her work in a fantastic location, she continues “I really hope to inspire everyone at Christmas to spread love and peace all over the world. It’s been a pleasure visiting Hong Kong, the hospitality has been outstanding and everybody is so friendly. The experience has helped me develop as an artist. Hong Kong has given me so much inspiration for future design projects. Thank you Hong Kong!” The display is showing until January 3rd.
Sanctuary Let Go
The Sanctuary’s research has shown that 6 out of 10 women feel they are not getting enough ‘me time’ which brought about their ‘Colour Yourself Calm’ campaign to encourage women to let go and take time out. Commissioned by Southpaw Agency, Hannah has created two ornate colouring-in ads and a candle box design for the brand, in her organic nature inspired lines. When the customer spends over £11 online at The Sanctuary, they receive a free candle packaged in a box which they can colour in.
Bluewater Shopping centre
Representing the Bluewater Shopping Centre for the next few months is Hannah Davies’s intricate web of detailed drawings. Summing up all that is available at the popular shopping centre, the illustration is being used on their Facebook page cover photo, their website, a mobile banner, a mall guide and a gatehouse banner.
3D Colouring Book New York
This 3d New York colouring book is being published this month, hooray! This was a great chance as an artist to delve into the quirky streets of New York and also put my own stamp and creative flair into the book. It’s been a pleasure researching all the different locations as I have keen passion for travel and exploring the world. Architecture is a great inspiration to me.
The book provides you with your own 3D glasses and a colour chart. This colour chart explains when you used particular colours next to each other this will create a fantastic 3D effect!
Warmer colours jump off the page and cooler colours merge into the page this way you can create and control your own 3d effect, Happy Colouring!
Mudras For modern life
Hannah Davies works artistic wonders for the health and wellbeing book ‘Mudras for Modern Life’.
Commissioned by Watkins publishing, Hannah produced six chapter opening illustrations and cover art for the book which aims to relieve stress, anxiety and fatigue, increase creativity and inner strength, all through using hand gestures in yoga. Hannah says “It was extremely important to capture the right emotion for every chapter to inspire the reader. I feel like I really had a chance to show my true style in this book by combining water-colours and my layered textiles papers with intricate hand drawn design . I was left to my own devises to create a true representation of each Mudra. It was a pleasure working with Watkins publishing and a joy to make this fantastic book come alive with my vibrant illustrations.”
Womens Weekly The Man with the Healing Hands
Using watercolours, inks, textured paper and pencils, Hannah’s beautiful designs and patterns for this commission encapsulate the spiritual mood of the short story. She says “…this was an absolute pleasure, I had free range to use my imagination and structure my own brief and go wild with colour and pattern, capturing the story in a dreamy sense.” The magazine is out now.
Fiat Fiat 500 Valentines Weekend
Fiat 500 with doodles and patterns for a Valentine’s Weekend campaign.
Working with Krow Communications, Hannah has used her black lines to create an ornate design on the exterior of the car and used on mail-outs to customers this weekend. Hannah’s inspiration came from cafe culture, travel and love, and allows the recipient to colour in the car and purchase a fiat 500 this weekend in any colour of the range for free.
Nippon Paint global artists for a subway art exhibition
A subway painting exhibition called “Fresh Beginning for Love” presented by Nippon Paint, the leading paint brand, has been on tour in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou since June 1, with the aim of turning common subway stations into a colorful art gallery.
For this exhibition, 32 artists and illustrators around the world were invited by Nippon Paint to create artworks with the theme of love. All the paintings were created using Nippon Paint’s environmentally friendly coatings. Under the illumination of lamplight, the artworks take on an especially vivid appearance. The 32 works will be exhibited in the biggest subway stations in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou in turn and be rotated regularly. In this way, Nippon Paint brings a special visual feast to the subway stations in a way that allows commuters to enjoy the paintings in a fresh environment.
After touring the three cities, the 32 artworks will be sold at a charity bazaar at the end of this year. All the funds will be used for “Colour, Way of Love,” the charity platform of Nippon Paint China for Hope Project Schools, and to improve the teaching environment as well as art education.
Nippon Paint hopes that this philanthropic subway exhibition will inspire people who love beauty to look at their surroundings with fresh eyes and to fill their lives with colour.
June, July, August and September I will be exhibiting my work in the underground stations of, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Beijing!!!!!!!
Promoting a paint company called Nippon Paint
Large scale. The theme of the event is love and pain, this is what i came up with!
Power of breath book cover
Power of breath is published January 2017. A cover for a beautiful book all about inner balance, health and harmony. So excited to show you all this cover, as you can see I was left to my own devices and let loose with pattern, shapes and watercolours. This topic is somthing I feel extramy strong about. It’s important to stay healthy inside and out. A great read by the amazing Swami Saradanamda.
Advance Nutrition Program package illustration
Hannah Davies’ decorative lines illustrate the packaging for Advance Nutrition Program IIAA.
The new packaging creates awareness of the natural ingredients of the supplements with Hannah’s line drawings of nature inspired swirls. The client has also created a paper cut-out of Hannah’s artwork.
Conde Nast Traveller Magazine
Hannah’s intricate piece is for a story in the magazine about sex and travel in Mumbai, India. Featured in their June/July issue it’s a beautifully crafted line illustration suggestive of the architecture, the mountains, the sun and moon and tactile pleasures.
20 Years of Viagra Front cover
Hannah Davies draws a patterned Sildenafil structure for the front cover of The Pharmaceutical Journal.
Hannah was commissioned to create a small rhombus ink and watercolour pattern for the feature on Sildenafil (Viagra). The article discusses the evolution of the drug which has been on the market for twenty years and treated over 64 million men worldwide; it may soon be classified as a pharmacy medicine in the UK.
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New Designer Year One Award 2010
Hannah Davies is a go-to Buster favourite for fabulous designs that are inspiring to colour. Lovely to work with and extremely quick at fulfilling briefs, her enthusiasm for projects comes through in all the work that she has done for us.Hannah Cohen
We are so happy with Hannah’s illustrations for Mudras for Modern Life. They are beautifully designed, vibrant and really capture the spirit of the mudras – just stunning! Hannah was a joy to work with on what was a challenging project, with lots of symbolism to include in every artwork. We would love the opportunity to work with her again.Fiona Robertson
Hannah had previously artworked one of our book covers: ‘Gaby’s Angel’ which we absolutely loved, I instantly knew that her unique, decorative style would be perfect for our cover of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Working with Hannah was a dream, she was very professional and extremely efficient taking on my initial sketch concepts to create a most beautiful, pretty and delicate cover that really gives this popular classic a fresh and contemporary feel. We are getting enormously positive feedback from the book trade on the new launch of our Children’s Classics series.Sarah Darby
Hannah Davies is an incredible talent…from the minute I saw her work, I knew that people would want to be a part of it, just like I did. I’ve worked with Hannah on two successful books now, and she is an absolute pleasure to collaborate with!Jeannine Dillon
Hannah has been an absolute pleasure to work with. Her intricate and beautiful drawings always provide an exciting email to open, they are original and imaginative, yet to-brief. We have enjoyed her creative aptitude for bringing our vision to life and the process of creative collaboration. The amount of thought and detail that goes into Hannah’s illustrations is evident, for these reasons we have not hesitated to ask her to work with us again.Alice Sambrook
Hannah is an absolute pleasure to work with. She understood the design brief quickly and produced some outstanding patterns for me at the drop of a hat! Hannah is creative without going off brief, she is efficient and dedicated to doing a good job. Thank you so much for your hard work!Billy Waqar
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