Hannah McVicar is an illustrator and printmaker. She produces floral illustrations for books, magazines and packaging, alongside exhibiting her vibrant and colourful screenprints all over the UK and internationally. Her illustrations were recently compared to William Morris in a review in the New York Times. Hannah has worked for a variety of clients including, The Times newspaper, Gardens Illustrated magazine and Ebury Publishing. Her floral illustrations and prints are influenced by her childhood helping her parents at the major RHS flower shows, including the Chelsea Flower Show and Hampton Court Flower Show. After graduating from Falmouth College of Art, in 2004, Hannah has continued to develop her style and technique using the medium of screenprinting. She regularly teaches screenprinting classes, sharing her passion for this medium with others.
Hannah is a member of Jamaica Street Artists and Spike Print Studio.
Abercrombie & Fitch, Delicious Magazine, Ebury Publishing, Fenchurch Clothing, Financial Times, The Five Fields, Gardens Illustrated Magazine, The Guardian, Habitat Aid, Innocent Drinks, Jane Churchill, Jacqui Small publishing, Jekka’s Herb Farm, Living Colour Gardens, Nine Schools Furniture, Paula Pryke, Rare Corporate Design, Royal Worchester, Sainsbury’s Magazine, The Times, Quadrille Publishing & Wilky