Harland Miller deckchair showing his signature adaptation of Penguin’s instantly recognizable covers. There are several variation of the chair available, each in a limited edition of 50.
The frames are made with sustainable merpauh wood treated with teak oil which provides excellent protection against the elements and wear, extends the working life, and the fine finish enhances the natural appearance. The canvas is a very hard wearing polyester and cotton mixture and printed using state-of-the-art technology.
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Harland Miller (1964) is a British artist and writer from Yorkshire, he now works and lives in London. For a while he worked and lived in New York, Berlin and New Orleans in the early ‘90’s before moving to London. He achieved critical acclaim as a writer with his debut novel Slow down Arthur, Stick to Thirty. In 2001 he started working on a series of paintings based on the dust jackets of Penguin books. The paintings hint at the nostalgic dog-eared covers of Penguin books, with as titles phrases written by Miller. The book titles are hilarious, absurd and often melancholy and nostalgic.