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Canadian Chronicles: Part 2

Posted to Instagram 10 months ago

Canadian Chronicles: Part 1

Posted to Instagram 1 year ago

New adventures

Posted to Tumblr 2 years ago

Design Week Rising Star award

Posted to Twitter 2 years ago

Under the Skin: screen print series

Posted to Instagram 2 years ago

Design Week Awards: Shortlisted

Posted to Twitter 2 years ago

Pub drinks iconography

Posted to Dribbble 2 years ago

I've finally finished my second short travel film from the past 8 months on the road in British Columbia, Canada.

Dirtbag life in Squamish, Ski bumming in Whistler, Coastal life on Vancouver Island, and everything in between… it's been an adventure! Follow the link below to watch the short 4-minute film.

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Canadian Chronicles: Part 2

Posted to Instagram 10 months ago

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It's officially 11 months today I've been on the road, living out of my truck and exploring British Columbia and the California coast.

It's been a pretty wild chapter of my life! Huge shoutout to everyone I've met with and skied, surfed, rock climbed, hiked, camped, bouldered, shared ideas and new experiences with along the way. I've learnt so much and feel so grateful.

Now it's time to head home for Christmas catch ups and take advantage of a warm shower before the next Canadian Adventure in the New Year!

One Year on the Road

Posted to Instagram 11 months ago

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I’ve put together a short travel film of my past few Winter months spent on the road in Canada.

I’ve explored some beautiful wild and beautiful people; Vancouver, Whistler, Revelstoke, Banff, Lake Louise, Canmore, Jasper, and Skaha. Enjoy!

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Canadian Chronicles: Part 1

Posted to Instagram 1 year ago

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I've made the crazy, exciting, nerve-wracking decision to relocate to BC, Canada.

I’ve come here for new world experiences. I’ve come here to explore the great outdoors through my passion for skiing, rock climbing and surfing. And I’ve come here to gain inspiration from the wilderness and beauty of the natural world. I can’t think of many places better for this than here in the heart of British Columbia.

I’ve set up a travel blog to document and share my experiences through film, photography, illustration and snippets of written thoughts and stories that I’ve scribbled whilst on the road.

www.canadian-chronicles.tumblr.com

New adventures

Posted to Tumblr 2 years ago

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I'm proud to announce I've won the Rising Star category in the Design Week Awards!

The judges said: “With a hugely impressive range of work already under his belt, Harrison has shown himself to be imaginative, self-driven and able to turn his hand to a variety of projects.”

Check out all the winners from across the categories at this year’s Design Week Awards in the link below.

Design Week Awards 2015

Design Week Rising Star award

Posted to Twitter 2 years ago

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Such sad news about the attack on the French capital. This weekend my thoughts are with the people of Paris.

Pray For Paris

Posted to Dribbble 2 years ago

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I'm proud to launch the first four posters in the Under the Skin series, created in collaboration with my brother James Harrison.

The posters are a handcrafted celebration of endagered species with a powerful underlying message. When the lights are turned out the skeleton will glow – all that remains when a species falls into the darkness of extinction.

You can stay up to date with our collaborative project on Instagram and Facebook.

Under the Skin: screen print series

Posted to Instagram 2 years ago

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I'm honoured to have been shortlisted in the Design Week awards for the Rising Star category alongside four other young designers!

The winner will be announced on the 25th of November in the award ceremony at the Round House Camden.

Design Week Awards: Shortlisted

Posted to Twitter 2 years ago

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Here's a sneak peak at the first three prints in the Under the Skin screen print series.

My brother (and talented designer) James Harrison has been busy screen printing a series of my illustrated animals in Glasgow Print Studio over the last 6 months.

More hand made prints coming soon!

Screen print developments

Posted to Instagram 2 years ago

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These have been created as part of a collection of icons for a London pub thats located in an old restored printing factory!

As you can see, I'm currently playings with ideas around bottles, glasses and paper stacks...

Pub drinks iconography

Posted to Dribbble 2 years ago

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