Hannah F is the little known fifth member of U2.

Senior Art Director

Hannah still loves Boston (where she’s from) better than any other US city, but since moving to southern CT (and joining Taylor in 1999), she’s become a Yankees fan. She also loves the ocean and art museums, U2 and Depeche Mode, geography and J.K. Rowling. Her versatility and experience has lead to award-winning work for brands like Sarah Lawrence College, Charter Communications, Drew University and ITT.

Before Taylor: Art director at Hess Design in Massachusetts and Graphic Solutions in New York City for brands such as Brandeis University, Hertz, IBM, Sony and Minolta. She is a graduate of Syracuse University with a BFA in Communications Design.

Recommended digital field trips: FastCo. Design, Pinterest, Instagram, Scary Mommy

Favorite IRL field trips: 1. Iceland 2. Alaska 3. France 4. Denmark 5. Cayman Islands

Taylor Design Blog


Garage Door Gallery

Illinois-based artist and art history professor, Teresa Parod, transformed a boring, everyday back alley into a drive-through art museum. This summer, she made the garage doors in the alley behind her house into her canvases. When her neighbors saw how her first mural brightened up the nondescript alley, they began asking Parod to paint their… Read More


Precise Pie Perfection

Practically overnight, Lauren Ko went from executive assistant-writer-artist to Instagram culinary queen. With zero professional pastry training or experience, Ko launched herself to social media stardom with her first breath-taking pie post @lokokitchen in 2017. Ko grew up in a family of foodies—watching her mother and grandmother bake, though neither of them made pies. Her… Read More


Paper Dresses

Last fall through January of this year, the Frick Pittsburgh hosted an exhibition of work by Belgian artist, Isabelle de Borchgrave entitled “Fashioning Art from Paper.” If you’ve never seen her work before, you will be amazed by De Borchegrave’s life-size sculptures of historic clothing crafted exclusively from painted, folded, crumpled, and manipulated paper. Yep,… Read More


Walking Through Van Gogh

Talk about an immersive experience I’d love to be a part of… let’s hop on a plane to southern France and take a walk through Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpieces. Carrières de Lumières, an art center in Les Baux-de-Provence, France, has launched a new music and light display called “Van Gogh: Starry Night” that immerses the… Read More


You and Me

When my now 10 year-old twins were around three, I came up with the idea for a children’s book. Before they were born and their genders were known to us, my husband and I often referred to them as “A and B,” “Thing 1 and Thing 2” (after Dr. Suess’ Cat in the Hat characters),… Read More


Two Decades

February 16th, 1999. My first day at Taylor Design. Twenty years ago. A long time, and a period of time that has also passed in a blink. I’ve been fortunate over these two decades (ok, that sounds long) to have had a lot of wonderful clients, and to have conceptualized, crafted and created many great… Read More


Watching “The Night Watch”

Over the next few years, you can watch, from YOUR living room, as Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn’s painting The Night Watch (1642) undergoes live restoration. Beginning in July 2019, Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum will offer the public a unique glimpse into a process that usually happens behind closed doors. A restoration team will work in a “state of the… Read More


Become a van Gogh Scholar in Just Six Days!

Iconic. (In)famous. Brilliant. Manic. Genius. Misunderstood. These are some of the many words used to describe the work and life of Vincent van Gogh, one of the 19th century’s most famous post-Impressionist European artists. We all know at least a handful of his paintings by subject if not by name—”Starry Night,” sunflowers, irises, cafés, self-portraits… Read More


One Architect, One Campus, 150 Years

From a colossal 1889 Richardsonian Romanesque castle, to a giant 1972 Brutalist structure, to a 2009 sprawling industrial-looking sports complex, Syracuse University’s architectural footprint has quite a diverse style. Yet as big a hodge-podge as the campus may seem, over 40 of the buildings came from the same place: King + King Architects. The firm… Read More