Molly Fairhurst is an artist, illustrator and animator from Yorkshire
based in Bristol, UK







               
You can contact me at- illustrator.molly@gmail.com
And find me on-
instagram,
twitter,
vimeo










New! Blue Loop Film, personal work.
Small experiments, first shown as part
of Out the Window’s Open Circuit,
Bristol, November 2021.








***DEERHOOF - PLANT THIEF*** 
(direction, story, animation, editing)

Out now!  on Youtube
Interview with It’s Nice That, [here

 



News / Information:

Plant Thief screened at festivals Grafixx (Belgium) and Playgrounds (Netherlands) and was nominated in the Music Video category and shown at London International Animation Festival (UK) Autumn/ Winter 2021. ❤️






Risograph prints from residency Made In Roath, view more [here]



























Sketchbook drawings based on Ohayo/ Good Morning (1959)







 


One Cosmopop 

Selected Client List:

H&M Kids, The New York Times, Oda, The Creative Independent, Mailchimp, Nike ACG, Bloomberg Business Week, The Stranger, Intern Magazine, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Converse, Animal, Nobrow Press, Kuš Comics, WePresent, Shopify, Kind&Co / the Bavarian State Opera, Positive Stories for Negative Times, It’s Nice That, Cartoon Network, ZEITmagazin




THROW&CO #163 NOW FOR SALE - [HERE]


In Residency:

Made In Roath, Cardiff  (2019 & 2021) 

In Talking:

I have been a visiting lecturer at Leeds Arts University, Plymouth College of Art, Kingston School of Art, Arts University Bournemouth and Cardiff Metropolitan University.

I have also done a workshops with Daisie and Small Fry Collective x Elephant Academy. 

I am happy to speak more :-o :-O :-o :-0 :-| :-o :-)

BA (Hons) Illustration, Leeds College of Art (2017)

Buy prints here

https://roomfifty.com/collections/Molly-Fairhurst

And here

https://damnfineprint.com/collections/bloom/products/bloom-by-molly-fairhurst

DIY animation tutorial

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6FqwQpAFzQ


Click the links in the menu to view more illustration, animation and sketchbook work :-) 



A candle powers a coffee sunrise