Harry co-founded Lippa Pearce Design in 1990. His
work touches many disciplines, from spatial design and identity to print, packaging and posters. Clients include Phaidon, the Science Museum (London), Kangol, Shakespeare’s Globe, National Railway Museum and The Co-operative.
Harry’s dedication to supporting human rights has,
over the last eight years, led him to develop a worldwide identity for the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights. He creates all material for Witness,
NYC, founded by activist/musician Peter Gabriel,
and is a member of their advisory board.
His work was part of the Design Council’s 2001
‘Great Expectations’ exhibition in NYC, celebrating British design, and was included in the British Council showcase ‘Upfront and Personal: 3 decades of Political Graphics’ (2003–4).
Harry had work featured in the 50th Anniversary exhibition of the AGI, Paris (2001) and his work
is currently touring in ‘The Graphic Imperative: International Posters for Peace, Social Justice and
the Environment 1965–2005’. He has lectured for D&AD, colleges and symposiums, with talks including an
open forum with D&AD/ Channel 4; most recently, he was joint main speaker for ‘Meeting of Minds’ at the British Museum.
In 2004, he was invited to celebrate the Best of British Design at Buckingham Palace. His design awards, both UK and international, include 2 silver D&ADs.