This is the online portfolio and shop for Dan Hillier. Almost all of my work is on here and I update the site quite often.
Most of my work is made by collaging and manipulating elements of 19th century wood and steel engravings together and adding in my own line work, and then producing these as screen prints and giclee prints. The images of my work here also come with close up views so you can get into some of the finer details often lost on a small screen...
You can see what I'm up to on a daily-ish basis on my Instagram by clicking here or on the footer throughout the site, where you can also join my mailing list for news, offers and so on.
All orders are sent out within 3 working days (please check the header at the top of this page for any exceptions to this). Shipping is free for all orders, worldwide.
I have a gallery in E10 which is currently closed due to the Corona scene, but we're operating as usual for online orders. If you'd like to visit us when we open again soon by appointment only, please click here for details.
Dan lives and works in Hackney, London, making art for himself and for exhibitions and galleries, and he has also collaborated with others, including Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London, The Folio Society, rock bands Architects, Royal Blood, The Broken Family Band and Steven James Adams, and recently he created the opening titles to BBC1's major 6-part drama 'Requiem'.
Works from Dan's more recent solo shows, 'Ceremony', at Saatchi Gallery, and 'Aeons', at a self-initiated space in London, are available amongst all other work here, made over the last 12 or so years. As well as Saatchi Gallery, Dan's work has also shown in The Louvre, Paris, Turin Natural History Museum, Glastonbury Festival of the Arts and the V&A Museum in London, to name a few sweet spots.
Dan has also been invited by the British Council to represent Great Britain at the Giant Creator Show in Beijing, China.
Perhaps that's why they call him 'The Ambassador'.
All work is also available to see in Dan's gallery in E10, London. See here for details on that.
The most up to date exploits are available for inspection on Instagram.
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