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Clare Hanimann
Fashion Textiles Print BA Hons

London College of Fashion UAL

Graduates: 2020

Specialisms: Textiles - Print / Atelier - Pattern Cutting

My location: London, United Kingdom

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London College of Fashion UAL

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Clare Hanimann

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First Name: Clare

Last Name: Hanimann

University / College: London College of Fashion UAL

Course / Program: Fashion Textiles Print BA Hons

Graduates: 2020

Specialisms: Textiles - Print / Atelier - Pattern Cutting

My Location: London, United Kingdom

About:

Clare Hanimann is a multi-disciplined British/Swiss designer, creating mixed media artworks incorporating digital to mixed media through acrylics, photoshop and collage to create contemporary abstract prints. Incorporating personal experiences, family history and experimental mark making to showcase abstract depictions and acting as a modern day storyteller. She is a massive fan of large-scale hand-rendered textured works. Clare predominantly uses sustainable materials, such as linens, cottons and silks. Background Clare Hanimann attended the London College of Fashion (LCF), where she studied Fashion Textiles: Print after completing a foundation year at Central Saint Martins. During her time at LCF she interned with Ted Baker and Lisa King, allowing her to collaborate on projects with The Box New York and London, The Naked Heart Foundation, The Prada show in Shanghai and curating a gallery space for Design Fashion Week.

History in INk

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Textiles - Print

History in ink is a project about the family history of Clare Hanimann. From her internship working with Lisa King, a print designer who's obsession with ink and flowers inspired her to do her own experimentation. Since many of her family members were in the army she decided to depict flowers that are associated with war, such as poppies. The project began with the idea of blood poppies.