Shane Harrison

Shane Harrison is a native New Yorker and RISD alum whose illustrations have been featured in numerous publications including New York Magazine, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The San Francisco Chronicle. She is most often recognized for the hundreds of icons she illustrated for New York Magazine’s weekly guide section. Her work, which combines bold pop graphics with collage, is inspired by the work of the great graphic artists of the 1960′s and 70′s, such as Push Pin Studios, Heinz Edelmann and the books of Harlin Quist, as well as the spectacular Busby Berkeley films of the 1930′s and vintage photography. However, her greatest influence is her father Sean Harrison, an illustrator for over 40 years.

Shane’s work has been recognized five times by The Society of Illustrators, LA.

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Clients Include
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
The San Francisco Chronicle
New York Magazine
The Village Voice
Toronto Life
Rodale
SpotCo
The Hartford Courant
Chicago Reader
Abelson Taylor
DeSantis Breindel
The Stranger
Barnard Alumnae Magazine
Guideposts
SF Weekly
Washington Technology
Bust Magazine
Money Magazine
Reader’s Digest
Seattle Metropolitan
Entertainment Weekly
American Medical News
Associated Press
The Progressive
Paste Magazine
Women’s Health
Men’s Health
Leverage Media
Riverfront Times
Americas Quarterly
Forbes Woman
Indianapolis Monthly
New York Press
Wellesley Magazine
The Pohly Company