Harland Miller Prints

Experience the bold and thought-provoking world of Harland Miller through his limited edition prints, blending sardonic wit with classic book cover art. These meticulously crafted fine art prints, available for sale, capture the essence of Miller’s unique fusion of text and imagery.

Harland Miller, born 1964 in Yorkshire, England, is a renowned British artist and writer famous for his engaging paintings and prints that blend elements of pop art, abstraction, and conceptual art. Miller first garnered attention with his series that cleverly parodies the iconic Penguin paperback book covers, infusing them with humorous and often satirical titles. These works not only display his distinct visual style but also showcase his sharp wit and ability to engage with cultural commentary. His artwork frequently explores themes of literature, identity, and the human condition, employing bold, colorful compositions paired with clever, thought-provoking text. This unique combination creates a compelling visual language that captivates viewers, inviting them to delve deeper into the layered meanings behind each piece. Harland Miller’s paintings and prints often serve as a bridge between visual and literary arts, reflecting his dual talents as both an artist and an accomplished writer. In addition to his visual creations, Miller has published novels, essays, and a memoir, further showcasing his versatility and depth as a creative professional. His literary works complement his visual art, enriching the narratives he constructs through both mediums. Harland Miller’s contributions to the contemporary art scene are widely recognized and celebrated. His artworks, including limited edition prints and large-scale paintings, are featured in prominent collections and exhibitions globally, attesting to his significant impact and international acclaim. Miller continues to influence and inspire with his innovative approach to art and literature, making him a pivotal figure in both the visual and literary arts communities.

Auction record: £325k, Christie’s, 2021


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