Hannah Daniel

Illustration - BA (Hons)

Hannah Daniel is an illustration graduate located in Cambridge. Her interests lie in design: she loves using colour, with simple shapes and enjoys experimenting with typography. Her work is created by combining sketchbook drawings with textures often made from print-making techniques and recycled paper. Her sketchbook is also used to develop colour palettes and to play with shape in her drawings. The textures and drawings are then collaged together digitally to create final artwork. She also enjoys making her work come to life through animated GIFs.

Hannah’s work is largely inspired by nature, consequently it usually surrounds themes of vegetation, food, and animals. Her final year work blends these interests by creating packaging and website concepts for Nature Valley, a series of seasonal posters and brochure concepts advertising Natural Trust’s Anglesey Abbey, and illustrations inspired by the chapter ‘A Passage to India’ from Oliver Sacks book ‘The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat’. She is also drawn to mindfulness and well-being which is often captured in the format of editorial illustration.

Hannah hopes you enjoy looking through her work, and if you have any questions or would like to enquire about commissions, please feel free to contact her.

An illustration inspired by Oliver Sack’s book ‘The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat’. Focussing on the chapter ‘A Passage to India’. Hannah Daniel.
A packaging and website concept for Nature Valley’s protein bars. Hannah Daniel. X
Mock-up double page spread for Anglesey Abbey’s Winter Garden brochure. Hannah Daniel.
A poster advertising Spring at National Trust’s Anglesey Abbey. Hannah Daniel.
Editorial illustration based on the BBC News article titled ‘Coronavirus: When will it be safe to fly again?’ Hannah Daniel.