Hannah Miles is a Midlands, UK based Paper Artist inspired by nature. While studying a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at The Cass in London she combined her love of hand crafts with her design work, with a final major project that comprised of a 3D interactive paper installation, earning her Best in Show and a Multi-Disciplinary Design Award.
Since graduating in 2014, she has worked on promotional material, event decoration, social media campaigns as well as print and online tutorials.
Her unique paper art work and greetings cards are available online at Hannah Miles Paperart on Etsy (previously under the business name Utensils0), and at various maker’s markets. As well as undertaking personal and business commissions.
Hannah teaches workshops demonstrating skills in paper cutting and shaping along for handmade cards, decorations and artwork. She has produced several online tutorials providing step by step how to’s on paper craft items people can create themselves at home.
She is a member of the Paper Artist Collective who proudly represent members from all over the world who collaborate on projects and exhibitions.
Hannah is concerned about being as environmentally friendly as possible, using FSC paper stock for paper cuts, as well as 100% paper with vegan inks for her cards, with optional vegetable starch protective sleeves.
Paper Artist Collective, London 2016
ArtCrank, London 2015
BoredPanda – ‘Paper illustrator turns home and memories into paper art’
London Craft Club – ‘Tips for budding crafters by Hannah of Utensils0’
El Safari – ‘Utensil0, ilustraciones con papel’
All Things Paper – ‘Paper Illustration and Paper Sculpture – Hannah Miles of Utensils0’
The Hels Project – ‘Interview: utensils0’
Creative Digest – ‘Papercut sculpture by Hannah Miles’
Holloway Life – ‘Paper Art’
Assistant – NHS ‘Be Clear On Cancer’ – Nearly Normal
Assistant – Disney ‘Give a Book, Get a Book’ – Nearly Normal
Multi-Disciplinary Design Award
Room CR6 and The Cass
2nd place price winner awarded for “The Sound Machine” Final Major Project work.
Best in Show 2014
Best in Show for ‘The Sound Machine’ in The Cass Summer Show