Hannah Lee

Hannah Lee

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Hannah Lee

Hannah Lee

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Hannah Lee is a graphic designer based in London specialising in digital and print brand identity, editorial, creative direction, exhibition design. She works across the arts, culture, fashion, non-profit and music industries globally. Hannah’s design practice never exists in a vacuum, always considering the environmental and social impact of her work. With creativity, experimentation and playfulness at the centre of her process, Hannah’s passion for editorial also gives her a meticulous eye for typography and confidence with colour, which can be seen throughout all of her carefully crafted work. SELECTED CLIENTS Hauser & Wirth / Dazed Media / InHouse Records / Pentagram / Ditto London / Lovers / More Reason Less Decoration / Rankin / The National Portrait Gallery / Wieden + Kennedy SELECTED FEATURES It's Nice That / Creative Review / Print Mag / Creative Boom
  • Good Canteen
    Good CanteenGood Canteen is a snack box subscription that brings snacks to your door on a schedule of your choosing, creating moments and pauses in each day. Good Canteen is female driven and focuses on working with organic, sustainable and female and POC founded brands. The logos circular sunrise alludes to the passing of time in natural elements and the letters link with the numbers on a clock face, creating a versatile and easily recognisable logo. Each snack box has its own identity and colour scheme
  • Aux Zine
    Aux ZineInHouse Records is the world’s first non-profit fully functioning record label to operate inside and outside of UK prisons. The aim of the label is to create safe and enabling environments for individuals to better their technical and social skills through music. In the UK as a result of the pandemic c86,000 prisoners, like the rest of the population, are on lockdown. However, lockdown for the prison populace means remaining in their cell for almost 24 hours a day. As we weren’t allowed inside
  • Sam Ashby, Website Design
    Sam Ashby, Website DesignSam Ashby is a highly established graphic designer and more recently film-maker. Over the past 15 years he has created movie posters for films such as: We Need To Talk About Kevin, God’s Own Country, Frances Ha and many more. One challenge in the creation of this site was showcasing both the artist’s design work and film work equally. I used bright colours to separate different projects and pages, and created a smooth page overlay when you click into a project. To demonstrate the fluidity of hi
  • Picasso Ceramics, Identity and Exhibition Design
    Picasso Ceramics, Identity and Exhibition DesignCoinciding with 20th Century Week in London, Christie’s presented an auction of unique ceramics, editioned pieces, tiles and medallions by Pablo Picasso. The identity was inspired by Picasso’s depiction of his own name, using lower case ‘i’s. As this auction was aimed at new collectors as well as established ones I chose the modern sans-serif typeface Futura. This gave the exhibition an inviting and welcoming feeling appropriate for new buyers. The identity came in three different colours chosen
  • David Hockney, Book Design
    David Hockney, Book DesignIn 1968, the then 30-year-old artist David Hockney began a series of seven monumental canvases, each 7 ft by 10 ft. These paintings would consume him for the next seven years and come to define his career. In March 2019 this picture depicting his friend, the influential curator Henry Geldzahler, and his partner Christopher Scott realised more than 37 million at Christie’s. This book was created to send out to potential buyers and as a souvenir for the Barney A. Ebsworth’s estate. The dark blue
  • The Full Service Website
    The Full Service WebsiteThe Full Service is a creative agency founded by Rankin which prides itself on housing creatives, directors, editors, photographers, strategists and designers all under one roof. The website re-design aims to show off the facilities and the breadth of assets covered in each project. The use of Glossa Display and full screen gifs on the landing page look bold and elegant to suit the content. In each project we used full bleed and large scale imagery, films and gifs to show the content at it’s be
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Work history
    Creative Director and Graphic DesignerInHouse Records
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    InHouse Records is the world’s first fully functioning record label to operate inside and outside of UK prisons. The aim of the label is to create safe and enabling environments for individuals to better their technical and social skills through music. I work as creative director and sole designer of Aux magazine, a weekly magazine that reaches over 2,500 prisoners across the UK & USA through nine separate prisons and correctional facilities. The magazine was born out of lockdown and us not being allowed inside the prisons anymore, therefore we came up with the idea to help the prisoners, many of which were stuck inside their cell for almost 24 hours a day in lockdown. The zine appears to be like a music magazine, but has been curated specially to increase literacy, develop new skills, and entertain.
    Hauser & Wirth logo
    Hauser & Wirth logo
    Graphic DesignerHauser & Wirth
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
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  • Print Design
  • Digital Design
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Branding
  • Exhibition Branding
    Kingston School of Art logo
    Kingston School of Art logo
    (BA hons) Graphic DesignKingston School of Art
     - Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom
    Foundation Diploma in Art and DesignLeeds College of Art
     - Leeds, United Kingdom