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Lianne Harrison

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Artwork for Lianne Harrison

Orangery Concertina Card

Collage String of Turtles Plant

Thistle Pocket Card

Pocket Collection Cards

Botanics House Plant Cards

Collage Butterflies

Palm House Notebook

Butterfly House Concertina Card

How would you describe the work you do and why?: 

Lianne Harrison is a collage illustrator and the creative director of Paperwhale Cards & Paper Goods. She uses cut paper collage to create intricate illustrations filled with tactile detail and curious-eyed characters. She can often be found browsing second hand bookshops, charity shops and flea markets for materials to add to her ever increasing collection of papers, textiles, pattern prints and painterly swatches.

Describe what you call yourself/your practice?: 

Paperwhale Cards & Paper Goods is run from a studio and shop at The Fold in Bransford, Worcestershire. Paperwhale was founded in 2014 by illustrator Lianne Harrison who creates all of Paperwhale’s papercut collage designs, aiming to create sophisticated and beautifully unique designs that inspire and take you to another place.

CV & Education, relevant & leading to your artistic practice: 

2007 – 2010 Swansea Metropolitan University
BA (Hons) Illustration (First Class)

2004 – 2007 Hereford College of Art
Foundation Diploma in Art & Design (Distinction)
BTEC National Diploma in Art & Design (Distinction)

Your gallery outlets/stockists: 

Paperwhale Cards & Paper Goods are proud to be stocked in over 150 shops, galleries, museums and gardens throughout the UK and overseas including RHS Gardens, Kew Gardens, Somerset House and The Garden Museum.

Illustration clients include Dorling Kindersley, Quarto Publishing, Oxford University Press, GQ Magazine, , House & Garden Magazine, News Corporation Australia, The Telegraph Australia, Escape Magazine, Babbel Magazine, The Welsh Book Council, University of Wales

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