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Harland Miller
Plaster NO. 1 Magazine Hand Signed LUV Harland Miller Large Poster 2020 Fine Art

2020

About the Item

With Josh Crumpler on the design and layout, the team sought to give issue its own stamp – “to really give a sense of who the artist is,” says Milo. In this sense, they wanted to distinguish how Harland was “very carefree” and how he had a “slightly punk” attitude on life, but also how his was was notably concise. “It was about bringing together those elements,” continues Milo. “He is pleased with how it came out so that was a big plus.” Upon deciding on the aesthetic and feel of the magazine, Milo goes on to explain how they pulled many cues from postmodernism. Especially that of mixed-media, and how, with Harland producing his own self-portrait to be included in the issue, they wanted to juxtapose the photograph with a handwritten Q&A. “Harland’s work merges a love of pop culture, abstract expressionism and wordplay,” says Milo, “so the combination of these styles really fit the mould and influenced the design of Plaster.” This conception effortlessly rings out from the magazine, with what Milo describes as “clashing Herb Lubalin-esque typography, DIY aesthetics with the minimal.” The magazine not only presents the artist through its considered visuals, it also goes deep into their practice. This means that Plaster was going to present an array of different media and content within each issue, and that it needed to provide a long-lasting identity that would be able to work with each varied artist. “Defying a strict limitation of weights and styling within the chosen typefaces, as well as use of colour, the intention is to create something that can remain expressive with each issue.” Much like a canvas ready to be filled with vibrant works, the result for the first issue sees a neon yellow typeface and extended serif in the logo and headlines. Inspired by Parkett and much of Purple Magazines earlier issues from the 90s, Plaster has a certain nostalgia and classic feel about it – yet what they’re doing undoubtedly feels quite fresh. “We both felt there wasn’t a contemporary art publication speaking to and for a youth audience,” Milo continues. “We recognise the lines blurred between fashion, art and music, but we wanted to produce a publication that celebrated artists and people who, more so than ever, shape art tastes and beliefs.”
  • Creator:
    Harland Miller (1972, British)
  • Creation Year:
    2020
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 24 in (60.96 cm)Width: 18 in (45.72 cm)
  • Medium:
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  • Framing:
    Framing Options Available
  • Condition:
  • Gallery Location:
    Draper, UT
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU132727637732
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