Thursday, 22 June 2017

Creative Quarters... Hannah Rampley

The next designer to be featured in Creative Quarters is Hannah Rampley.

Hannah Rampley is a freelance textile designer and illustrator currently based in Edinburgh. 
Hannah graduated with a First Class Honours from Leeds College of Art in 2013 in Printed Textiles and Surface Pattern design, and has since been working in the industry designing both in-house and freelance. 

Hannah's work is often inspired by patterns and shape found within natural objects (specifically foiliage and fruits) and her most recent project entitled 'Living Garden' has been looking at how access to nature can improve positive wellbeing in people. 
The project looks at green areas within cities focusing on hidden areas of greenery and city botanical gardens and looking at the importance of bringing more natural objects into people's often busy, stressful lives. 
The project aims to bring beautiful, colourful foliage inspired textiles into people homes and lives.

Hannahs' work is often screen printed by hand from her studio at Edinburgh College of Art where she is currently working as an artist in residence. 
Alongside screen printing, Hannah draws, paints and collages to create her botanical designs.

Since graduating Hannah has worked on a wide variety of projects internationally from hand painting wall murals in restaurants and shops, to designing food packaging and adverts for billboard campaigns. 
Hannah has worked with many clients such as Anthropologie, Save the Children, Fortnum & Mason, Mama's and Papa's and the British Museum.

You can view more of Hannah's work on her website at or see her new work as it happens on instagram @hannahrampley 

Hannah also sells prints and products in her etsy shop-

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I hope you've enjoyed reading a little about Hannah,
and seeing a selection of her work.

To get in touch with her, please visit her website for details.

If you missed the last Creative Quarters post featuring Angela Nickeas, you can read it here.

And don't forget, if you'd like to be featured, 
please send examples of your work with links to website portfolios, 
and some info about you and your background, etc... 
to Louise at 
Look forward to hearing from you!

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