Harland Miller is a writer and artist. Born in Yorkshire, England in 1964, he studied at Chelsea School of Art, graduating in 1988 with an MA.

He is best known for his large-scale, photo-realistic paintings, posters, and prints of vintage Penguin book covers with playful quotes and sayings.

More recently Miller has extended his designs to incorporate geometrical covers of psychology books from the 1960s, an “era when positive messaging often masked societal neurosis.”

Harland Miller has had numerous solo and group exhibitions around the world, most notable at the ICA in London in 1996, the Kunsthalle Mannheim in Germany in 2004, the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead, England in 2009 and White Cube Hong Kong, Miller’s unique works and editions are in high demand around the world and continue to preform well at auction.