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Net Zero Visions Illustrations

The Net Zero Visions illustrations are the work of Philip Harris, a freelance illustrator and printmaker who grew up in Devon and has lived there his whole life. While studying Illustration at the University of Plymouth University he inherited a collection of dip pens and nibs from a grandfather he never had the chance to meet; that legacy lives on in the way Phil now approaches artwork and uses traditional mediums.  

The landscape is hugely important to Phil’s work and the areas around him are something he repeatedly returns to for inspiration when creating drawings. However, it’s not only the landscape that he find himself trying to capture in his drawings, but also a sense of the historic stories and folk tales that weave themselves throughout the fields and moors of the region. 

For the Net Zero Vision drawings Phil visited each of the locations repeatedly and also spoke to community organisations in each, taking on board their ideas and aspirations for a net-zero future as it merges into activities that are already underway.   

Net Zero Vision for Torbay

Brixton 2050 Net Zero Vision

Net Zero Vision for Exeter

Philip Harris. Net Zero Vision, Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo, pen and ink. 2022. 

Philip Harris. Net Zero Visions, Wembury Village. Pen and ink. 2022.

Philip Harris. Net Zero Vision, Wembury Coast, pen and ink. 2022.

Philip Harris. Net Zero Vision for Yealmpton, featuring Yealmpton Primary School, pen and ink. 2022. 

Philip Harris. Net Zero Visions, Yealmpton Village, pen and ink. 2022. 

Philip Harris. Brixton Net Zero Visions, illustrated map, pen and ink. 2022.

Philip Harris. Net Zero Vision for Exeter, Walks to Organic Farms, pen and ink. 2022. 

Philip Harris. Net Zero Vision for Torbay illustrated map, pen and ink. 2022.

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