Clifford Harper. Heavily influenced by comic books, Eric Gill and the narrative woodcuts of Frans Masereel, Harper's style evolved in the 1980s into a bolder, more expressionist direction, with much of his later artwork resembling wood or lino cuts, although in fact he still mainly works in pen and ink.

Clifford Harper is a worker, illustrator and militant anarchist. And a swimmer?

Clifford Harper/agraphia.co.uk

Strange Meetings: The Poets of the Great War by Harry Ricketts – review

Illustration by Clifford Harper

Odd Blocks: Selected and New Poems by Kay Ryan – review

Reading together by Clifford Harper

Your books of the year

From SF to politics, cartoons to history, Guardian readers choose their favourite reads of 2011

Pictures from an Old Book: "Country Diary Drawings" By Clifford Harper (published by Agraphia Press, London 2003), Part 2

Pictures from an Old Book: "Country Diary Drawings" By Clifford Harper (published by Agraphia Press, London Part 2

Design Context: Clifford Harper

Harper is another illustrator that I found in the Guardian - I have to point out that his website is pretty bad.

Illustration by Clifford Harper

Six poetry pamphlets reviewed

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Illustration by Clifford Harper/agraphia.co.uk

The Big Music by Kirsty Gunn – review

Clifford Harper

illustration for the book "The Camberwell Beauty and Other Stories" - Clifford Harper

Illustration by Clifford Harper: Agraphia.co.uk

Waiting for the Evening News: Stories of the Deep South by Tim Gautreaux

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