Archive/Art

“Love Life” Art Exhibition, London 6 – 28 Sept 2018

Zakee took part in a joint art exhibition with the artist Nick Shipton, at Exposure Gallery. More

Zakee Shariff X East End Prints

Zakee was asked by East End Prints to create a 15 collection of cards for their Premium collection. More

Womens March London

Zakee created two new posters, one for The Women’s March that took place across the world on 21 Jan 2017. It was a women-led movement that brought together people of all genders, ages, More

INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY 08.03.2017

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SWAG MY CASE

The lovely people at Swag My Case, the printed phone cover people, launched some new artwork of Zakee's on their phones as part of their "On Your Case" project. You can see More

Zakee Shariff for Prism

Zakee created an artwork and paper crystal installation in the window of the eye wear and swimwear brand Prism. It was up during Frieze week,  54 Chiltern St London W1U 7QX. More

Celestite art exhibition, London 15 Oct–25 Nov 2015

Celestite is an all-female show curated by Lauren Jones and Sam Palmer, featuring new work from Zakee Shariff, Annie Mackin and Georgina Mascolo. It is the first exhibition at the new Palm Tree Gallery, 291 Portobello Rd, London,W10 More

“Follow The Light” Art Exhibition, London 8 Sept – 29 Oct 2015

Zakee Shariff presented her solo exhibition Follow The Light, a series of screen-prints and paintings at Exposure Gallery, London. FOLLOW THE LIGHT Launched on 9 September 2015, Zakee Shariff’s new solo exhibition Follow The Light sees the artist present a new More

LOVE Japan ∙ 2011

Zakee Shariff for LOVE Japan
Zakee created a piece of artwork for LOVE JAPAN used on ladies and men's T-shirts as well as a bag, for the very special charity LOVE JAPAN, set up by the London-based photography retouch company, LOVE. After the devastating effects of More

Zero Seven, Atlantic Records ∙ 2010

Zakee Shariff artwork with hand painted details in pen and ink for 'Record' CD cover for Atlantic Records
Zakee worked closely with Sam Hardaker of Zero Seven on the art direction of their album RECORD, creating a hand-printed marble which she then hand-painted onto. She also created co-art-directed and created the artwork for the CD booklet.               More

Shariff/Miller, “Light” ∙ 2007

Zakee Shariff & Rosalind Miller, 'Yellow Light', digital hand illustration over photograph, 84 × 118 cm
Zakee Shariff and British photographer Rosalind Miller created a new body of work using photographs of lights and gels, with overlays of Zakee's hand-made marble drawings. More

“Searching For Light” Exhibition, London & Zurich ∙ 2009

Spirit Come Shed Your Light On Me, 2009. Watercolour
Zakee exhibited a selection of new artwork at the Old Shoreditch Station (AKA No-One/Jaguar Shoes) on Kingsland Road, London E2. The show then moved to Gloss/Grand in Zurich, Switzerland. Supported by Roxy Heart, the show saw a departure from Zakee's More

Roxy Heart by Zakee Shariff ∙ AW09

Zakee Shariff for Roxy Heart, 2009. Photo by Benjamin Alexander Huseby
Zakee teamed up with Roxy Europe to work as artist and designer for Roxy Heart, a new concept whereby Roxy's head designer, Valerie Thevenot, collaborated with a new creative every season to create a collection of clothing and accessories. Zakee More

Leona Naess, Polydor/Verve ∙ 2008/09

Zakee art directed, illustrated and co-designed the album campaign for Polydor/Verve artist Leona Naess, in collaboration with her husband Al Newman. The first single from the campaign, "Heavy Like Sunday", was released on seven-inch single in June 2008 (limited to More

Shariff/Miller, “Floral” ∙ 2007

'Ranunculus', 2007. Digital illustration over photograph
While pregnant with her first child, Rosalind Miller, one of Zakee's long-time friends and collaborators, photographed a series of plants and flowers representing growth, form, beauty and health. To these, Zakee added sacred geometric shapes and fine line drawings, combining More

Zakee Shariff For Coca-Cola ∙ 2007

'Al-'Over Cola', 2003
In 2003, Zakee was approached by Coca-Cola to design a textile print using the contour bottle. Zakee paid homage to Andy Warhol's Coca-Cola screen-print by positioning the bottles next to each other, adding her own touch by giving each bottle More