Friday, May 14, 2010

Photo Zone Graphics

A note from Malcolm Harrison,

"There are significant moments in everyone's life that deserve to be captured, and I am passionate about capturing those moments through photography. Done well, emotions, personalities and sentiments shine through - creating memories that will last a lifetime.

My specialties are and individual portraits .

It would be an honour and a pleasure to photograph the significant moments in your life."

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Harrison Art

You can contact here

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Meet Malcolm

Malcolm Harrison is an aspiring, freelance digital artist whose Gothic art is brilliant and next to being considered magic. His unique style of artwork is typically Gothic based, and rather dark at times due to his fondness of the early Gothic novels of the last century. Some other artist like to refer his work as "The Edgar Allen Poe of Art." His latest collection of photos, Dream Asylum, depicts his views of human nature and interaction of "The deepest, darkest thoughts and fears" hidden in the recess of our minds.

Malcom's latest work will be found on the future cover of book named Crawlers by Sam Enthoven which will be released in April. Sam is a popular writer of children stories for the ages of ten to fifteen year olds everywhere. Malcolm is happy to help inspire young readers with his art also. You can view some of Sam's other juicey books at:

In addition, Harrison's other passion is for heavy metal and Gothic music of the late eighties, which means that he puts one hundred percent into every piece of work that is produced.

So please feel free to contact him if you are either a band or are in need of design work. From photography to typography, his design work is incomparable! In fact, all of his artwork is done in his house by Malcolm himself. A portfolio will be submitted upon request.

You can contact Malcolm:

Malcolm Harrison's Dark World Vol.2

Another great video showing Malcolm Harrison's art!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Malcolm Harrison's Dark World Vol. 1

I like what Joe Lutton has done here with Malcolm's work!