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ParkyLife

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To raise awareness for World Parkinsons Day, artists including Hannah Warren teamed up with ParkyLife to change the way we talk about Parkinsons by creating a deck of wonderfully unique cards for newly diagnosed patients - featuring inspiring stories and hacks from real Parky people living happy lives.

Hannah Warren

Hannah Warren

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Jelly London

illustration of Colourful 2D map of London
illustration of Hannah Warren's illustrations for Taste Festival
illustration of A Google Doodle created to celebrate the birthday of journalist and Gay rights activist, Jackie Forster.
illustration of Part of a series of illustrations for Hampton Court Palace to promote their season of festive events
illustration of Little Guides to Great Lives - Published by Laurence King Publishing, Little Guides to Great Lives is a series of children’s books by Isabel Thomas, celebrating the lives of amazing and influential people through history.
illustration of A poster created for TFL to help promote their “Wonderful World of Off Peak” initiative. I illustrated interesting cultural places to visit using the Jubilee Line.
illustration of Series of packaging design and illustrations for Les Chocolat des Francais
illustration of The Best of British wine for Waitrose Drinks Magazine
illustration of  Pride in London's campaign- showing Londoners and all it's visitors that

Profile

Award-winning illustrator Hannah Warren studied Graphic Design at the Royal College of Art before also completing an MA in Communication Art and Design. Having made an impression on the publishing scene working with the likes of Thames and Hudson, Phaidon, Virgin Books, Black Dog Books and Stella Magazine we are excited about what’s next. Her style is bold, colourful, joyful and occasionally whimsical whilst her scenes are often character led with a nod to retro design. She is inspired by the work of Charley Harper, John and Clare Romano Ross, Miroslav Sasek and the vintage colour palettes in Tom Purvis’1960s travel posters.

Style/Techniques

Abstract, Colored Pencil, Conceptual, Design, Digital, Fine Art, Graphic, Lettering, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Floral, Pattern, Whimsical

Subject/Specialties

Book Covers, Celebrities, Character Development, Editorial, Food, Historical, Holidays, Landscape, Nature, Packaging, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Product, Transportation, Travel, Web Illustration, Wildlife, Food/Beverage, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro, Youth, Urban