An exhibition of Jonny Hannah works from 2008-2018 with book signing of his two recent publications.
Date And Time
Book signing and private view is on Tue, 26 March 2019 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm (please register below)
The exhibition will run until 30 April 2019.
123 Shepherds Bush Rd
About this Event
Join us for an evening with Jonny Hannah: SNOWGLOBES & SCRIMSHAW – A Cakes & Ale Miscellany, featuring a decade of works for sale, book signings of his most recent publications ‘The Craft Beer Dictionary’ & ‘Fast Cars & Ukuleles’, canapés & drinks. This is a free event but please RSVP for guaranteed entry as space is limited.
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Jonny Hannah grew up in Dunfermline & studied at the Cowdenbeath College of Knowledge, Liverpool Art School & then the Royal College of Art. For the last twenty-one years he has been a freelance illustrator, & is represented by the Heart Agency in London & New York. His many clients include The Royal Mail, The Folio Society & The St. Kilda Courier.
He happily lives in Southampton, & teaches on the BA Illustration course at Solent School of Art, Design & Fashion. His studio is in his back garden, in the loveliest of sheds, now HQ to the ‘Cakes & Ale Press’, a cottage industry publishing books, prints, posters, teatowels & badges.
Recent publications have included ‘Greetings from Darktown’ published by Merrell, ‘The Captain’s Alphabet’ published by Design for Today & ‘Fast Cars & Ukuleles, an ABC of this that & the other published by the Mainstone Press. He also recently illustrated ‘The Craft Beer Dictionary’ by Richard Croasdale, which involved a great deal of intense research. Any spare minute is often spent in Darktown, his imaginary peninslua where Slim Gaillard owns a great second-hand shop & Jacques Tourneur runs the local cinema.