Archive/Art

“My 2007” Exhibition, Colette ∙ 2007

'Peace & Love', 2006. For Colette's 'My 2007' show in aid of WWF
Zakee was invited to participate in the My 2007 exhibition at Colette, Paris, 2007. The show featured work from artists, illustrators and graphic designers from across the world, including Futura, Laurent Fetis, Cody Hudson, Kaws and many more, all of More

Skye, Atlantic Records ∙ 2006

Skye, Mind How You Go album cover Zakee Shariff (illustration) & Frank Bauer (photo), 2006
Zakee was approached by Atlantic Records to produce artwork for Skye's Mind How You Go album campaign. Working with photographer Frank Bauer's imagery, Zakee illustrated the album cover and inlay book, as well as the cover of the single, "Love Show". More

V&A ∙ 2006

'Karokia' (detail), 2004. Silk-screen print on paper. 60 × 250 cm
In 2005 one of Zakee's screen prints, Karokia, was procured by the V&A Museum, and was subsequently featured in their Prints Now exhibition, held in the V&A's Julie & Robert Breckman Gallery in 2006. The show detailed recent developments in printmaking and More

Shariff/Hudson, “We Are Running Slightly Blind” ∙ 2006

Zakee & Cody's work hanging together at the Hejfina Gallery, Chicago, October 2006
Zakee collaborated with Chicago-based artist Cody Hudson (Struggle Inc) for a show entitled We Are Running Slightly Blind, held at the Hejfina gallery/store in Chicago. More

Shariff/Miller, “Dubai” ∙ 2006

Rainbow buildings, 2006. Silk-screen print on photograph
In 2005 Zakee took a trip to Dubai with her friend and long-time collaborator, photographer Rosalind Miller. Rosalind shot a series of images, on which Zakee screen printed geometric forms in rainbow blends of colour, to contrast with the more neutral More

Zakee Shariff × The Consortium ∙ 2005

Zakee Shariff, assorted decks, 2005. Silk-screen print, stencil and spray paint on wood
Zakee created a touring exhibition of hand-sprayed skateboard decks, alongside prints and limited-edition screen printed unisex T-shirts, which were exhibited in June 2005 in the Consortium Shop, Bournemouth, and then at Five Green, Dubai in July 2005. A number of skateboards were More

“West Coast Desert Highway” Exhibition, London & Dubai ∙ 2005

'Rainbow Feet' photograph. Used for exhibition invite

In 2005, Zakee's West Coast Desert Highway art exhibition showed in the London Printwork Trust Gallery in Brixton, South London, before touring to Dubai where it was exhibited at the Five Green gallery. Zakee customised the floor of More

Oki-Ni ∙ 2003

'Orgy' print, used for wallpaper for the Oki-Ni window display, 2003
Zakee was asked by London-based design collective Oki-Ni to create an exhibition of customised clothing for their store on Saville Row, London. As well as hand-customising underwear, tops, bottoms and sweatshirts, Zakee created the wallpaper for the store (in her Mhendi print) as More

Zakee Shariff, “Peace Driven” ∙ AW03

Cotton jersey jacket: Orgy print, Cotton jersey pants: Mhendi Hands print. Cotton striped socks: no print. Leather shoes: no print. Photo by Rosalind Miller. Make-up by Kate Lee. Styling by Tamara Fulton
For her Autumn/Winter 2003 collection, Zakee was inspired by childhood memories of her mother's boutique in 1970s Pakistan, where sumptuous embroidered fabrics lay strewn over a stunning mosaic floor. Zakee fused these elements with influences from London street culture, creating a More

Shariff/Miller “Together” Exhibition At The Tabernacle ∙ 2003

Zakee Shariff & Rosalind Miller, 'Freedom', 2003. Silk-screen print on photograph, dry-mounted onto aluminium. 70 × 125 cm
A Rosalind Miller (photography) and Zakee Shariff (silk-screen printmaking) exhibition, held at the Tabernacle, London W11. Ros and Zakee travelled to various places in the UK where Ros recorded Zakee in the privacy of her thoughts. A selection of images More

Shariff/Stewart, “The Angels Of Z” ∙ 2003

"The Angels Of Z" is a short film about a day in the life of ten girls wearing Zakee Shariff's Spring/Summer 2003 collection. Filmed by Neil Stewart with animation by Zakee Shariff and Public, it was screened in London (London Fashion More

Shariff/Miller, “Dalston” ∙ 2002

Zakee Shariff & Rosalind Miller, 'Head Scarf Lady', 2002. Silk-screen print on photograph. 28 × 43 × 4 cm
A Rosalind Miller (photography) and Zakee Shariff (silk-screen printing) collaborative exhibition, displayed at the Supra Girls store, Portobello Road, London. Zakee and Ros created small, white, box-like images and added photographic imagery to them. Zakee then screen printed abstract marks onto More

Shariff/Miller, “Beaches” ∙ 2001

Zakee Shariff & Rosalind Miller, Skull Beach, 2001
A Rosalind Miller (photography) and Zakee Shariff (silk-screen printing) collaboration exhibited at the Zakee Shariff static clothing show for SS01 during London Fashion Week. The exhibition consisted of large photographic images, show by Ros  35 mil camera and stretched onto metal before Zakee More