√îWelcome to the world of HAM…
HAM follows the contented life of Rabbit – capturing his daily adventures, sporting escapades and social outings in silhouette form on a range of thoughtfully crafted wares.
Established in 2011, HAM√ïs minimal aesthetic seeks to add a serious edge to its playful subject matter. Childhood nostalgia and a fascination with the everyday are key themes that continue to inform HAM√ïs growing range of animal motifs, all of which have been created by London-based designer Jo Ham and brought to life by talented makers in the UK.
About Joanna Ham
HAM is the brainchild of artist and illustrator Joanna Ham who graduated from The Ruskin School of Fine Art with a specialism in anatomy. She formed her eponymous studio in 2011 and has since exhibited with Liberty, Designjunction, Mother, Billy Name, Topshop and Colette. In addition she has created bespoke artwork for Nike, Eurostar and Maggie’s Cancer Centres.
Joanna√ïs work seeks to celebrate the everyday. Informed by her studies and early career as a brand strategist, she has always been fascinated by popular culture and zeitgeist, in particular life√ïs simple pleasures and how we interact with one another through work and play. Ham√ïs work offers social commentary – immortalizing our daily rituals, likes and hobbies for all to enjoy.ted art prints.
HAM_s minimal aesthetic seeks to add a serious edge to its playful subject matter. Childhood nostalgia and a fascination with the banal are key themes that continue to inform HAM_s growing range of animal motifs, all of which have been created by London based artist and designer Jo Robinson.
Jo is a farmer√ïs daughter who grew up in the Shires before training as a fine artist at The Ruskin School of Drawing. She spent the next five years working at a London design agency before launching HAM with a pop-up shop in Carnaby Street. Since then the range has been featured by a number of press titles including Elle Decoration, Telegraph Magazine and The Sunday Times and can be found pride of place in Edinburgh√ïs The Red Door Gallery!
Each HAM screen print is carefully made by hand using
premium 315gm off white British paper. All are signed,
unframed and come either flat with an acid free backing
board (30 x 40 cm) or carefully rolled in a wide black
cardboard tube (50 x 70 cm).
Made by hand in London.