Harris Elliott is a creative director, curator and consultant based in London. Harris is renowned for his international Jamaican-British subculture exhibition and book ‘Return of the Rudeboy' 2014 (Somerset House, with Dean Chalkley) which received over 65,000 visitors then toured to Tokyo.
‘Punk in Translation’ (Japanese punk exhibition) & PROPA TEE which he created with Gorillaz front man Remi Kabaka for M.I.A’s meltdown which also toured to Tokyo.
The Harris Elliott Studio DNA, is based on a mantra of Culture Without Compromise - developing and presenting visceral interpretations of untold cultural narratives. Over the past decade the studio has nurtured a consistent visual dialogue with many Japanese brands, galleries and design houses, he also draws heavily on his Jamaican roots so you get the JA attitude mixed with Japanese sensibilities, fusing and sampling culture is an integral aspect of the studio output.