This might be the most ostentatious thing I’ve ever written, but his illustration has a kind of mythic, symbolic quality to it, and I found myself drawing comparisons to Neolithic and Medieval artwork. His images have an semiotic stillness to them that is partially hypnotic and wholly inventive. For those craving a less pretentious comparison, imagine Yellow Submarine only more colourful, more psychedelic and with the Blue Meanies seeking to destroy Magic the Gathering cards instead of music. It’s genuinely great stuff.
Basically, if the sound of a giant, muscled, Bagpuss-esque cat with cubes containing animal heads inside of it appeals to you, you’re going to love her. Immediately upon seeing the sparkly bejewelled cat models pictured above, ATF staffer Judith proclaimed that she wanted a print of them for the blog’s HQ. Given that the girl is super-picky and opposed to clutter of any form, that’s high-praise in my book (she barely approves of my Gigantor toy collection, for shame!).