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Shining a light on extinction: Private View

19 February 2020
5:00 pm
7:00 pm

Join brothers Ed & James Harrison, founders of creative entity ‘Under The Skin’, for the private view their first solo exhibition.

This exhibition also sees ‘Under The Skin’ launch a series of short films, created by Luke Ripley and Max Smith, which provide a unique insight into their creative process and the invaluable work that their artistic venture supports. Under the Skin encourages visitors to broaden their awareness of the current environmental issues facing our planet and use the skills at their fingertips to become part of an urgent conversation.

Working alongside over a dozen respected and global conservation charities and foundations, 20% of the proceeds from each print supports the work of an organisation on the front line fighting for these endangered species.


Brothers Ed & James Harrison have teamed up for their creative venture ‘Under the Skin’, which sees Ed’s illustrations of endangered animals screen printed in limited editions by James. Bringing together their own talents with other creative collaborators Ed & James have created an interactive showcase of printmaking, illustration & film with urgent and important storytelling at its heart.

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