Hanna Melin was born in Sweden. She graduated from the Royal College of Art, London, 2004, after finishing an MA…
Hanna Melin was born in Sweden. She graduated from the Royal College of Art, London, 2004, after finishing an MA in Visual Communication.
Hanna now works and lives in East London as an illustrator and maker. She sells her “Banana man” badges and “Memories” prints in galleries and online shops throughout the world.
She enjoys doing little drawings, that later becomes T-shirt or bedding designs, mugs or wrapping paper.
The Guardian, The NY Times, Nokia, Halifax, Aviva, PC World, Louis Vuitton and Volkswagen are all clients from Hanna’s editorial work.
A lot of Hanna’s editorial commissions involve finding humor in day to day life. A very important element in life!http://www.hannamelin.com/ http://www.eastendprints.co.uk/artist/19721/Hanna_Melin http://www.allthingsoriginal.com/sellers/hanna_melin/shop/ http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/hannamelin
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Hanna Melin creates a set of stickers for French magazine “Flow”
Hanna Melin created the poster image for Crown Estates competition for architects, “Future Retail”.
Hanna Melin was recently comissioned to submit her “Cat with Glasses” design for Japanese tape company Amifa.
Illustrated an article by Jane Owen about an unusual way to deal with pests in your garden last week.
Cat with glasses image just finished, happy weekend!
Hanna Melin created the cover for January issue of Architecture Journal. The image is Le Corbusier painting naked.
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