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Is It Too Much To Ask?

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Harland Miller: Armageddon Is It Too Much To Ask (large) - Signed Print
Armageddon Is It Too Much To Ask (large) Signed Print 
Harland Miller

£15,000-£20,000 Guide

AUD25,000-AUD35,000 Guide

CAD20,000-CAD30,000 Guide

CNY120,000-CNY150,000 Guide

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HKD130,000-HKD170,000 Guide

¥2,330,000-¥3,110,000 Guide

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Harland Miller: Armageddon Is It Too Much To Ask (small) - Signed Print
Armageddon Is It Too Much To Ask (small) Signed Print 
Harland Miller

£9,000-£10,000 Guide

AUD15,000-AUD15,000 Guide

CAD15,000-CAD15,000 Guide

CNY70,000-CNY80,000 Guide

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HKD80,000-HKD90,000 Guide

¥1,400,000-¥1,560,000 Guide

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Critical Review

Harland Miller’s graphic orange Armageddon, is it Too Much to Ask? Captures the artist’s signature sense of biting, black humour. Employing polymer-gravure with photo-etching and block printing to produce this more dynamic work, Armageddon differs from the composition of Miller’s other, more conventional paintings. This Harland Miller print was also produced in two sizes, large and small.

For Armageddon Is It Too Much To Ask?, Miller takes his inspiration from popular psychology books, self-help manuals and social science publications from the 1960s and 1970s. These influences are also seen in Miller’s print Happiness, also made in 2017. Characterised by their bold and abstract covers, these books aimed to help people suffering from psychological disorders, with the bright and colourful geometric designs of the covers seeking to counteract the heavy medical content inside the book.

Miller was very interested in colour and how it could influence mood and perception, and the inspiration for Armageddon is somewhat unconventional for an artist who is best known for appropriating the iconic dust jackets of Penguin classics. The Penguin series which Miller started in 2001 has become synonymous with the artist’s name, and while the cover design is different here to the Penguin series, it is apparent that Miller’s fascination with books has continued to shape his artistic practice.