What happens if you take a box of science fiction comics, Terry Gilliam’s ‘Monty Python’ animations, some dusty LP covers, a Victorian funfair and an old Betamax tape of ‘The Yellow Submarine’, then put them all in a large mixer and get 60s pop artist Peter Blake to press the button? Probably something similar to what’s going on inside the mind of Phigment, AKA James Harris.
An independent British artist based in London, Phigment's art and design background encompasses 2D, 3D, photographic and product design at Kent Institute Of Art & Design and Ravensbourne - but it is the limitless visual possibilities of 2D artwork which truly fires his imagination.
He creates bold, exciting and quirky pieces guaranteed to make your pad swing. Everything is created in strictly limited or one-off editions.
Phigment has displayed and sold his work at places and events as diverse as Wayne Hemingway's 'Vintage' event on London's Southbank, The Duckie Market at the Barbican Centre, and even the Jazz FM Christmas party; not to mention current pop-up displays at some cutting-edge West End hair salons.