DESIGN & TEXTILE COMMISSIONS | SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY - ARCHIVE OF EXILE
Winged Tales of the North is a beautiful, playful and intriguing street art trail that brings the magical words of acclaimed children’s author David Almond to life along the river banks and industrial walls of the Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle.
THE LAST FOREST
Hannah created a forest of 75 Cardboard trees, initially as a commission for Lakes Alive 2019
Then transformed the piece to become Once Upon A Forest for Blackwell House incorporating laser cut wooden fairytale images that Hannah initially designed in paper.
Hannah is often asked to apply her design eye to large spaces and theatrical projects.
Set design, costume design, room hangings, ceremonial flags and transformative canopies ,which are often textile based, have and continue to have use in the public domain.
Hannah’s particular strength is her subtle and confident use of colour, selecting palettes which make each job sriking and never ‘off the peg’.
Waymarker design for The Greenwood Trails.
The Greenwood Trails project aims to encourage people to explore the natural and cultural heritage of the area Rusland Valley sustainably through a series of self-guided trails.
A unique portable structure for women to gather in and share their stories of Love.
"The Red Tent was designed for the Love Project in Barrow by Hannah Fox. If you’re sharing stories about love, you deserve a place of beauty, warmth and privacy, and that’s what the Red Tent has offered to the many women that have joined us over the last few months. We have closed out the rest of the world, chatted, laughed and shed the occasional tear as we have been sharing memories of life and love across the generations."
Caravanserai Bestival Project Director - Pete Bateman
Bestival 2013, Isle of White
Camp Bestival 2014
Collective sail making at Blackwell Arts and Crafts House Nautical Celebration. Collaboration with Sound Intervention and Dead Good Guides.
The Winter Droving, Penrith
Rheged Visitor Centre, Cumbria