Hayley Warnham is a London based illustrator and designer employing collage to help make sense of the world. She’s currently undergoing an MA in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art, and spends her time creating playful compositions from found imagery and bold graphics. She has worked on a range of projects including illustrations for ICON Magazine, London Transport Museum and Print Club London, and was recently awarded the Penguin Design Award for her The Big Sleep book cover design.
Inspiration comes in all shapes and sizes for Hayley, but she always has an eye for good collage-based work. Her own approach leans towards traditional methods as much as possible, but she understands the importance of digital input when it comes to the final touches.
Hayley is currently working as a design intern for Penguin Books before she enters her final year of studies at the Royal College of Art.