First frost

A quick wander round the garden this morning revealed that the first frost of this winter had wiped out the hydrangea, the nasturtiums and the sweet peas. Goodbye to them for another year.

Here are some editorial illustrations I did this week for¬†Edinburgh University’s ¬†Insight Magazine.

Editorial illustrations usually accompany articles in newspapers and magazines. The idea is to communicate an essential element(s) of the article. It’s great to get the opportunity to practice this kind of illustration work within the student press. These illustrations will be accompanying articles on the theme of ‘Union’.

Tomorrow I travel down to Bristol to start a two-week internship with the BBC’s CountryFile magazine. I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to be doing this placement but, of course, the big thing for me is leaving my little family for this time. I will be popping back next weekend however for the Marie Curie fundraising Christmas Fair in Haddington Corn Exchange. It starts at 10am so do pop along and say hello if you’re in the area.

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2 Responses to First frost

  1. Sue says:

    Oh Hannah, I am so disappointed. The kids and I are off to London on Thursday so we will not be able to pop into Haddington Craft fair on Saturday. How annoying.

    • Hannah says:

      I was expecting to get a comment from the Cook’s suggesting I check the craft fair is actually in Haddington and not Haddington Place! Have a lovely time in London Sue. Lots of love x

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