With delicate strokes and a pastel palette, Bristol-based illustrator Harriet Lee-Merrion creates dreamy narrative illustrations that invite the viewer into a surreal world of layered meaning.
Inspired by surrealism, botanical engravings and Japanese woodblock prints, Lee-Merrion works as a freelancer for numerous international publications such as Zeit Magazin, GEO and WIRED, and belongs to the Beginning Middle End Book Collective. Follow her on Instagram and Tumblr for more of her work.
When you think about the universe, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?
Where do you go when you fall asleep?
What’s your happy place?
What does your universe look like?