Kate Hazell
Illustrator
Bristol, United Kingdom
Tel: 07813029805
www.katehazell.com

I create lively and engaging illustrations. First I draw with pen, ink and water colour and then finish with a digital tweak. I like scotch eggs a bit too much. Guilty of a pun or … Show more.

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Profile updated 11th May, 2022
Member since 5th January, 2022
Clients
Saga magazine, Prospect magazine, BBC World History magazine, Hardie Grant Books, Bulletin magazine, Aquila, CII Journal, bInspired inflight magazine, Food & Wine magazine, Pizza E…
Portfolio link: https://illo.cc/95423
Testimonial
Kate’s illustrations gave the front section of BBC World Histories magazine its own distinct character. She provided striking, quirky and original illustrations for a wide range of topics, in a tight timeframe. We liked her flexibility, lightness of touch and thoughtful approach. It was a great pleasure working with her!
— Susanne Frank, Art Editor BBC World History magazine



Mexican festival inspired poster for London te… I was commissioned by the tequila aficionados at Hacha Bar, London to create this limited edition print inspir... View Article
Upcoming exhibition at Bristol Aquarium - I’ve been selected by Create For Collab to take part in a nature themed exhibition at Bristol Aquarium in ai... View Article
Spot illustration about the Victorians for BBC… Looking at history through a 19th century ‘lens’. The April issue of BBC History magazine needed an ill... View Article
Lively illustrations for poetry website - I’ve just finished a lovely commission of illustrations for the website of poet extraordinaire, Dr. Jenny Le... View Article
Nature illustrations for Prospect magazine - I illustrated Cal Flyn's monthly article for Prospect magazine. 'What it's like to be a....' was a monthly nat... View Article
Lily and the Magic Comb – an illustrated… Lily and the Magic Comb written by VV Brown and published by Woke Kidz Books is an enchanting story celebratin... View Article
Illustrated map for L.E.A.F flower festival in… I created the illustrated the map for L.E.A.F New York City’s first annual flower festival. Based in the ico... View Article