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Johnny Harris was raised in the central coast of California where he spent most of his time surfing and in the coastal mountains riding bikes and enjoying nature. He received a BFA in illustration and design from Art Center College of design, in Pasadena California. During his time at Art Center he was influenced by underground comics such as R. Crumb and Charles Burns and Low brow Artists Robert Williams and Joel Coleman. He draws from all artistic aspects of his life from writers and musicians to movie makers and fashion designers in addition to other painters.
After graduating from Art Center he worked as an illustrator for Disney, DEVO and Deepak Chopra,Voyager Co., BMG, Adrenaline, Inscape, G&G Interactive, Thomas Dolby, and The Spice Girls, among others.
While freelancing he continued to work on his paintings always making time to go into his studio.
In 1999, Johnny started working as a costume designer on editorial photo shoots, commercials, and films working with clients such as, Tommy Hillfiger, Puma, H&M, Target, Elliot Smith, Michael Jordan, Brad Pitt, Gwyneth Paltrow and Red Hot Chili peppers. He's worked with director/photographer, Sofia Coppola, Dewey Nicks, Alejandro G. Iñarritu, and Joel Schumacher among others while developing a series of paintings incorporating his love of nature, fashion and other artists. He has shown his art work at Bortolami Gallery in Santa Monica, The Secret City in Los Angeles and The Brewery Art Walk and has created a series of portraits and illustrations for the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Johnny’s most current work can be seen on this website, so keep in touch!