Hannah Turner is a South West based illustrator and ceramist, known for her retro, cute birds and tableware range. The Frank Gallery recently described Hannah’s work as “a beautifully made, well-thought through product that combines fine craftsmanship with a gentle wit. Her fifties inspired designs gracefully ride the buffeting wave of the zeitgeist, appealing to the style-conscious, the design savvy and those who simply appreciate her quirky and accessible designs.”
Lost & Found Creative began working with Hannah in 2009 to create an appropriate personalised identity. This has since evolved to become parent to a range of sub brands including Birdlife and Hedgerow ranges.
Over the last 4 years, Lost & Found have worked with Hannah to develop a visual language and appropriate tone of voice, utilising the ‘chirpy’ nature of her illustration style. Regular creative communications include updates to her online e-commerce shop, printed literature (postcards, catalogues, fliers and brochures), advertisements, packaging and regular e-newsletter.
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