Hannah McVicar is an illustrator and printmaker. She graduated from Falmouth College of Art with BA (hons) Illustration, in 2004. After graduation she spent two years in America working as a textile designer for Abercrombie and Fitch. She returned to England to pursue her career in illustration, working for a variety of clients including, The Times newspaper, Gardens Illustrated magazine and Ebury Publishing. Her floral illustrations are influenced by her childhood, growing up on an organic herb farm and helping her parents at all the major RHS flower shows, including the Chelsea Flower show and Hampton Court Flower show. Her upbringing around plants and her passion for drawing became naturally entwined. Hannah has developed her style through years of practicing the technique of screenprinting. When Hannah is not working on commissions for her various clients, she is producing colourful and vibrant collections of floral screenprints that she exhibits throughout the country and internationally.
Member of Association of Illustrators (AOI)
Member of Spike Print Studio
UWE/SPS Print Scholarship (2017-2018)
Falmouth College of Art (2001 – 2004)
Dissertation: The Forgotten Illustrator Thomas Lowinsky
UWE , Bristol (2000 - 2001)
Art & Design Foundation