Update: Moved

On Originalities you will find my old art. I have now moved to a new personal site. Please visit the link below for my current writing:



Hannah Wilson is composed of pixels* at a fundamental level.

*This has not yet been determined scientifically.

She feels a strong affinity for the world inside her computer. She manipulates pixels for money, previously freelancing through her graphic design company Hanoona Media, and currently as a business systems analyst for Noble Brands. She fights for the good guys in the immortal battle to defeat Comic San’s evil plan to take over the internet.

She is an advisory board member of Cape Fear Women in Tech and secretary of Port City Robotics. She is a FIRST Robotics Competition team 4534 alumna and mentor. She writes in Gallifreyan, the language of the Time Lords from the British television show Doctor Who, and sells custom Gallifreyan products in her Made in Gallifrey Etsy store. She is Myers Briggs INTP. The geek is strong with this one.

As a current resident of the Milky Way, Hannah Wilson attempts to discover the systems that rule the universe. God is her theory of everything.

When not attached to a computer, you will find her attached to a book, mentoring FIRST Robotics Competition team 4534, listening to symphonic metal, plotting her future sci-fi novels, and attempting epic ninja-kicks during soccer games.



10 Comments Add your own

  • 1. whimsyink  |  July 9, 2012 at 12:52 am

    Hi, thank you for visiting my blog a while ago and subscribing :D I enjoyed looking through your blog, I especially liked your designs.

    • 2. Hannah  |  July 9, 2012 at 8:42 am

      Thanks for coming and looking at mine! I think your blog is really cool, and I’m glad to subscribe to it

  • 3. cafecasey  |  September 29, 2012 at 6:49 am

    Your artwork is very good, Hannah. You should think of what you’d like the goal of your art to be, then use your blog and computer to take you there–you mentioned wanting a business. Why not think of how to start that now? There’s a high school senior by me that didn’t like the amount of chemicals in makeup, so she researched it, put together a team, and designed healthy stuff. Now, it’s truly a million dollar company. It takes a lot of vision and hard work, along with a passion to succeed, but I bet you will make it big:)

    • 4. Hannah  |  October 1, 2012 at 3:33 pm

      Thanks! I definitely have thought about starting a business of some sort, just haven’t actually started one yet. I’ve tried to think of ideas that I could do now, but haven’t found one yet that I could do with the time and experience I have so far. But I defenitely will soon! (probably while I’m at college, but maybe sooner)

      This isn’t exactly a company, but I am in the process of making an app with my brother and dad. It’s going very slowly, as we are all learning how to make it along the way, but hopefully we’ll release it in the next month or two.

      Thanks again for your encouragement!

      • 5. cafecasey  |  October 1, 2012 at 5:37 pm

        Never dismiss an idea because it seems too small. I wanted to invent one card to serve as all the cards you get at the grocery stores–someone just patented it and raised a million to get it off the ground:) That could have been…me!

      • 6. Hannah  |  October 1, 2012 at 6:11 pm

        That’s a good idea! Too bad they beat you to it. : )

        I think sometimes I do get too caught up in the details and need to just go with it. Also sometimes I have an idea for a project or something, and then just read a fun book instead because it’s easier. I shouldn’t do that anymore…

      • 7. cafecasey  |  October 1, 2012 at 9:03 pm

        No–reading is very good for ideas. Actually, my next post is about my marble composition book. When ideas come to me, I stop and scribble them or type them quickly in a Word file if I’m able. As long as you’re thinking, thinking, thinking, and writing stuff down, you will get in the habit of generating ideas–you choose what and when to act on, but you have to make sure you take time to write them down. Then, you can’t be defeated.

      • 8. Hannah  |  October 1, 2012 at 10:02 pm

        I agree that reading is very important and good – I read all the time and get ideas from books. My Dad also gives me some business books to read – I’m reading a good one now called Demand. My problem is that sometimes I’ll be reading an “easy” fiction book I’ve read three times already instead of the other book that would benefit me more.

        That is a good idea about writing thing down – I should do that more. I have an (awesome!) iPad and do have some notes containing ideas I’ve thought of, but I’ve never really done anything with them. I should keep an ongoing list of things I can do. I forget things too quickly otherwise. : )

      • 9. cafecasey  |  October 2, 2012 at 5:42 am

        Maybe the book you keep going back to is somehow something you’re modeling, internalizing, or otherwise processing into an idea–why else would you have a need to go back to it? Unless it’s just procrastination, then I agree w you.

        Read, “Crush It.” Short book by Gary Vaynerchuk. It’s about converting your passions into business…the spirit of entrepreneurship. I love the stories about how he basically makes a real business at age 12 and then goes on from there.

      • 10. Hannah  |  October 4, 2012 at 9:18 am

        I think it’s more procrastinating than anything else – something I’m very good at. That book sounds cool, I’ll look it up!

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