Harland Miller (b. 1964) is a British contemporary artist famed for his series based on Penguin book jackets. Incorporating their familiar color and design, Miller replaces the text with comically absurd or melancholic titles, often reflecting the North East of England where he grew up. With this series, Miller combines his love of literature with elements of abstraction and Pop Art, to create works that are a satirical commentary on life and the written word.
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