Harriet Popham

 

Portfolio

Here you will find a selection of personal work, collaborations and commissions as well as product visualisations. If you would like to discuss a potential project please get in touch at contact@harrietpopham.com

 

Paper Cut Collaged Fruit - Feb 2018

Product Mock Ups across fashion, interiors and stationary Feb - 2018

Linear Leafy Wallpaper, interior mock ups - Feb 2018

Jungle Book Cover - Portfolio work March - 2018

Commissioned by Sheffield Museum, these designs were inspired by items within the John Ruskin collection in the Millennium Gallery. Ruskin's enthusiasm for architecture and nature studies is reflected in the intricate illustrations of Sheffield’s buildings presented inside bird silhouettes. The birds sit between leaves from Sheffield’s Winter Gardens illustrated in Brusho pigment, acrylic paint, block colour and fine line drawings. 40sq metres of this design was Installed in the Museum's Millennium Gallery Jan - 2016

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Birds, Buildings, Botany. Feb - 2017 The Sheffield Museum design re worked as a repeat for interior textiles. This is available to buy as fabric here

The Sheffield Evening, Birds, Buildings, Botany  design has featured in collaborations with Muck N Brass   Wild Lampshades and Florrie & Bill This fabric is available to buy by the metre here

Thread Needle St, Jubilee Walk, London.  Jan - 2018
illustrated in indian ink with paper cut foliage.
Available as a print here

Kew Gardens Palm House, Jan - 2018
Available as a print here

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Inky Fruit, drawn with traditional dip pen. Packaging visualisation. Feb - 2018

Inky Fruit, Layered on bold painterly pattern. Mock ups for fashion and lifestyle products. Feb - 2018

The Great British Cake Show colouring book. Full book illustration, published by Harper Collins. Nov - 2015

The Great British Flower Show colouring book. Full book illustration, published by Harper collins. May - 2016

My Graduate Collection British Blues was inspired by willow pattern porcelain and Toile de Jouy wallpaper with a contemporary and comical twist. The designs reflect a time when I seemed to be constantly on trains between places I loved, culminating in a Swansea & Seagull Toile, a South Kensington spoon back chair and a Bristol - Bath watercolour wallpaper.    May - 2014

My Graduate Collection British Blues was inspired by willow pattern porcelain and Toile de Jouy wallpaper with a contemporary and comical twist. The designs reflect a time when I seemed to be constantly on trains between places I loved, culminating in a Swansea & Seagull Toile, a South Kensington spoon back chair and a Bristol - Bath watercolour wallpaper.    May - 2014

V O L U P T U O U S   V E G E T A B L E S
Hand painted produce from the local farmers market. Vivid colours and dramatic shadows bring the vegetables upon the black velvet to life. A design that I felt had to be done as a tribute to my wonderful Grandad who grew vegetables until his 95th year! 

Potential product visualisation. 

Bristol - June 2017            Available as a print A4 and A3 here 

Bath - August 2017          Available as a print A4 and A3 here

C H E L S E A  P O O C H E S - March 2016
This collection captures dogs in all shapes and sizes sporting a delightful assortment of jackets and strutting around Chelsea with an undeniable air of superiority. I visited Chelsea for research and met the owners of all the dogs featured in this fine line intricate print. 

C H E L S E A  P O O C H E S  prints are available here

Bespoke wedding table plan and table toppers. Map of the South West featuring significant places to the Bride and Groom.  

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Invites and bespoke stationary in collaboration with The Wedding Printer. All invite enquiries to sales@weddingprinter.co.uk

P I C C A D I L L Y   C I R C U S
Acrobats, Trapeze Artists and Unicyclists balance upon and dangle from the Piccadilly Circus rooftops. The city illustrations capture the bustling chaos of the area and the pace of the place is echoed in the movement of the circus figures.

P I C C A D I L L Y   C I R C U S   N I G H T
Inverted the print is totally transformed and its applications could be entirely different. 
crobats, Trapeze Artists and Unicyclists balance upon and dangle from the Piccadilly Circus rooftops. The city illustrations capture the bustling chaos of the area and the pace of the place is echoed in the movement of the circus figures.

Natural ingredient illustrations - March 2018