The Rainbow Supermoon
represents a journey through the light and dark of the soul and the effect that the Supermoon can have on all beings. Created as a limited edition of 25, these prints are available exclusively from Zakee's online More
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
A Rosalind Miller (photography) and Zakee Shariff (silk-screen printmaking) exhibition, held at the Tabernacle, London W9. Ros and Zakee travelled to various places in the UK where Ros recorded Zakee in the privacy of her thoughts. A selection of images was chosen from these More
"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
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