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


Dots and More Dots

Man, I wish I could have taken my twin two-year olds to Australia (OK, via teleportation, not the 20 hour flight from NYC to Brisbane) to take part in this art installation at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama created a large, blank canvas out of a living environment, called The… Read More


The Architect and The Painter

I’ve been a huge fan of Charles and Ray Eames—the husband and wife dynamic design duo, best remembered for their mid-century modern furniture—since I was first introduced to them on a high school field trip to the Museum of Modern Art. So, I was really excited to see that PBS’ American Masters series was premiering… Read More


Ice Cube and Eames

Before he became a rapper and an actor, Ice Cube studied architectural drafting, so it’s not completely out of left field that he agreed to pay homage to this revolutionary husband and wife design team and the art and architecture of Los Angeles in a promotional video for “Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. from… Read More


A Day in the Life of a Star Wars Imperial Army Soldier

Swedish photographer Kristina Alexanderson created an interesting challenge for herself 332 days ago: take a picture every day for a year of Star Wars stormtroopers—new and old—in a variety of daily life activities. Using only the action figures, tiny props, and cleverly, a LEGO figurine as a child stormtrooper, Alexanderson images sweetly humanize these not-so-nice… Read More


Someday, Iceland. Someday.

I have a mild to medium obsession with all things related to the homeland of Björk. It is a country of extreme contrasts—a place where fire and ice co-exist, where the Aurora Borealis meets summer’s midnight sun. It is next on my list of far away lands to visit and things like this breathtaking time-lapse… Read More


Six Steps to Successfully Partnering With an Illustrator

I can’t draw. Well, that’s not entirely true. At least not the way I once could and certainly not the way an illustrator can. Developing a style, a methodology, a great idea and bringing it to fruition takes a lot of passion and talent. And patience. That’s why I’m happy to partner with someone from… Read More