Hanna Melin drew four dressed-up dogs that will be printed on tote bags for residents of Connaught Village in West London. Donning driving googles, eyeglasses, pearls, bowtie and hat, this well-dressed group of pooches will be carried along on shopping trips, to venues around town and special events.
Hanna Melin created the designs for a series of colorful washi tapes for Amifa, a Japanese stationery company. The commissioned designs for the decorative adhesive tapes are animal-themed with images of birds, cats, a panda, a koala bear, a monkey , a sloth and more, pictured hanging from trees, branches and in their natural habitats.
Hanna Melin created these images for a poster for the TCE Future Retail Competition, a competition/charrette calling for architects to work up ideas for a projected 200,000 square mile retail park to be built by 2030. Melin’s renderings show an indoor/outdoor mall with walkways, a monorail, solar panels, delivery drones, a play area for kids and outdoor seating with terraced […]
Hanna Melin created a series of drawings on assorted stationery for Amifa, a Japanese paper product company. Themed around the circus, her playful characters are a cast of animals, each with a unique act under the circus tent. Melin’s jovial and fun-filled characters: a donkey that balances on one foot, rabbits that are in a band, a fox that does […]
a Hanna Melin created an animation for Enbridge, a multinational energy transportation company in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The company is attempting to encourage employees to think outside the box when it comes to time management. Here are two stills from Melin’s animation. One of an employee’s work cubicle with a gallery of cat photos and a […]
Hanna Melin created this editorial illustration for the alumni magazine, Portico, based in the UK. Melin’s clever vantage point creates flat pattern, color and cut out shapes to depict a student working with the aid of notebook, computer and smartphone.
Hanna Melin created five posters for the firm, Enbridge, a Canadian multinational energy transportation company based in Calgary, Alberta. The commission was an in-house project aimed at encouraging employees to become decision-makers. Melin’s tongue-and-cheek illustrations poke fun at employees who hesitate to make decisions on their own.
Hanna Melin created characters for Oxford Press that will be included in teaching materials distributed throughout schools in the UK. Melin’s approachable characters are line drawings of ordinary people dressed in attire to match their professional roles: a surgical assistant, a construction worker, a policewoman and a concierge.
Hanna Melin paired up with the Japanese paper company, Amifa, to create Christmas stationery goods after completing an illustration of an Animal Christmas Choir. In Melin’s choir: A polar bear, a pig, sheep, rabbit and other assorted creatures, are singing merrily to celebrate the season.
Hanna Melin created a cover design and a full-page illustration for Aiti, a Swiss magazine. Melin’s illustrations depict “smart cities,” with infrastructures controlled by touchscreens and smartphones.
Hanna Melin’s illustration of people of all ages clustered within a heart was created to raise awareness about heart health for World Heart Day. The illustration was commissioned by The British Heart Foundation and Rankin about our Heart to draw attention to the importance of maintaining a healthy heart. Melin’s colorful, patterned feel-good portrayal of love: parents hugging […]
Hanna Melin’s dog and NYC-inspired graphic print will be used by Shaggy Swag, an online pet company for advertising and promotion. Melin’s fun and fabulous pattern in orange of dogs with swag amidst NYC landmark buildings, will appear on Shaggy Swag’s delivery trucks, wrapping paper and T-shirts, as well as other promotional materials, to brand the online company.
Hanna Melin created a series of book illustrations for, “Readable Minds,” educational books for children. Melin has pictured a group of nervous hares in a field with wildflowers. Her charming, published illustration encourages reading in primary schools.
Hanna Melin created two well-conceived animations for Holiday Inn recently. One shows guests at a barbecue, and the other is entitled, “Burgers to the rescue.” Melin’s colorful, friendly, imagery promotes fun and guest satisfaction when booking a room at the hotel chain. Her advertising illustration was based on guest reviews of the hotels.
Hanna Melin created this piece for a pitch for one of “VHL” educational books, teaching young adults Spanish.
Self initiated work. A series of drawings by Hanna Melin about “Crufts”, the world’s largest dog show.
Hanna Melin did a series of graphic tees for grammy award folk rock band The Avett Brothers.
Hanna Melin designed socks for “Sock it to me”. Here is the toddler version!
A dachshund dressed as Zaha Hadid, made for the “Ian Martin” column in Architect’s Journal.
Two close ups of the “Refugee Week poster, highlighting the contributions of refugees to our history and culture. Famous authors, actors and artists who all had refugee parents.
Animals of the Forest