Dillon Harland

R700.00 – R2,500.00

Having worked for big agencies such as Ogilvy and Mather, TBWA HuntLascaris and more recently Network BBDO, Dillon Harland is driven to not only formulate striking answers to corporate briefs, but also maintain a distinct individual style and output in the process. Early exposure to graffiti and street art contributed to his decision to study design at AAA and pursue a career in the field. He grew up in the small seaside town of Kalk Bay in the Western Cape, moving around South Africa throughout his life. His personal work, as a result, presents a rumination on this country as a collective and evolving organism, his illustrations interlacing local iconography and experience. His line-based work constantly vacillates between holding onto and letting go of nostalgic iconography in order create a new visual language. This is the intersection of surrealism and minimalism in the digital age, providing a mesmerising take on the subconscious and the transformative. This Untitled print forms part of the pictorial nerve poster series.

Medium: poster print on matt 230gsm paper
Size: image + paper: A3 (29.7 x 42 cm) / A2 (42 x 59.4 cm)/ A1 (59.4 x 84.1 cm)
Edition: 100 + 10 AP



SKU 036895-1-4-1-1-1-1-2-1-1 Category


Pictorial Nerve

pictorial nerve is an ongoing portfolio series conceived and published by offsetculture.art. The series is broadly focussed on visual cultures establishing a bridge between contemporary art, design, illustration, photography and other cultural manifestations. Similarly, the anatomy of the series is imagined as a hybrid of a poster portfolio, a zine, an artist book and an artwork. It is an exploration of printed matter, the beautiful nexus between image and text, and elicits a playful consideration of how this material can exist within and outside traditional art spaces. The first iteration of the series looks at a new zeitgeist that is somewhat comparable with what was loosely called The Pictures Generation in the late 20th Century. At the time, these artists were defined by their layered adaptions, revealing the fabricated nature of images, with an element of frank social commentary. Now, a younger generation with varied cultural references
and experience offer a parallel but unstudied cross­pollination of activity that spans numerous creative disciplines. In addition, the transition from analogue to digital has generated a refreshing, brazen and sometimes lateral approach towards the pictorial, especially in the Global South.

Additional information

Printed on Heavy Coated Hi-White 230gsm paper.

Printing Process

Digital inkjet printing through Wetink Fine Art.

Framing options

White, Black or Kiaat wooden box frames. Note: Kiaat is a natural wood, the grain and colour will differ slightly with each piece.

Frame design

All frame profile sizes and mounting options are what we believe work most aesthetically and practically with each print.


Artworks are all priced according to each artist’s market, and in relation to the edition size.


We ship worldwide. Delivery within South Africa is free. International shipping is calculated based on location.


We offer 30 day returns for any purchases in South Africa.

Local delivery

1-4 weeks, depending on artwork and framing choices.

International delivery

3-6 weeks, depending on artwork and framing choices.

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