Harry has won many national and international design awards including two D&AD Silvers and was one of a few graphic designers chosen to exhibit in a show of excellence in New York to celebrate British design. His work was exhibited at the 50th anniversary exhibition of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) Paris, of which he is also a member. He is also a member of the Royal Mail's Stamp Advisory Committee. In 2006 Harry joined Pentagram's London office as Partner.
In this video from the Design Indaba, Harry Pearce talks about his journey down The Schizophrenic Road, the visual games he likes to play and his ongoing interest in conundrums. He also touches on how the spaces between buildings can be as important as the buildings themselves and the similarities between architecture and typography. You'll also learn about his work for the human rights organisation Witness, together with Peter Gabrielle, and turning campaigns into graphic statements. Useful uselessness and the magic of dreams and ideas is what drives Harry Pearce’s graphic design work.