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Drew Millward is a illustrator based in The Aire Valley. His works are made up from many different dreamy and somewhat fascinating characters and elements. We had an in depth chat with the man himself about his work, his background and a few things between…
Here are some drawings Sasha did of grotesque looking people pulling even more grotesque faces.
Mildred is a huge fan of Pinball, be it either one of the Elvira machines, the South Park machine, or the Indiana Jones machine – he loves all that shit. Originally from Michigan, where he enjoyed “fishing, camping, shooting guns; doing the out doors type of thing,” but since moving to San Francisco (where it’s kind of hard to do that sort of stuff) he’s been drawing, painting and printing.
Replacing body parts with geodes isn’t something you hear that often, unless you’re part of grave-robbing, geological rock obsessed cult. Troy is inspired by exactly that at the moment (in his art, not fo reals’) as well as finding inspiration in ‘creepy religious images.’
Jack draws pictures of people shooting up, portraits of people in those old man jumpers that everyone’s been loving for the past few years, and his take on what it looks like if go on photobooth on a mac and put the stretch effect on.
Christian is an 18 year old from Canada who, “spends more time skateboarding then drawing, and more time drawing then anything else,” because he’s supposed to.
Connor takes photos and does acetone prints and a load of other stuff, but his drawings (which are kind of like some of Jean Cocteau’s work, if Jean Cocteau went on 4chan ) are what caught my eye.
Meet Bethan Mcknight, an artist from the UK who dabbles in collage, drawing, photography, and taking photos of herself on iphoto surrounded by blurry fish. We sent Bethan a few questions to answer for us.
Paul is a Scottish artist who draws what at first seem like photo-realistic re-imaginings of vintage photographs, but on further inspection reveal themselves to be slightly skewed versions of reality, with faces smudged or whited out, backdrops dropped to leave cavernous black holes or luminescent white space, and detail added to provide an eerie feel that demands a double take.
Pablo Boffelli (who also goes by the name Feli) draws dinosaurs and a host of other stuff that even Dali on acid wouldn’t be able to conjure up. We sent him some questions in the style of those myspace bulletins everyone used to send around.