"Purging". Screenprint 2014. Another example of building my own mythology, with the narrative of this print being about creation. The ill-defined borders assist with a sense of both structure and decay as the central figure shirks off a strange creature, but ultimately still remains tied to it. Maybe this is evolution, an abandonment of something more primal- but still the instincts remain.
Mythos. Screenprint 2014. An example of my style in mixing digital collaged elements along with hand drawn stencils. This print is a cousin to Fray in the Pen, expressing an animalistic desire of sexuality through what I imagine is my own created mythology. What could be seen as the overarching being appears withered and fragile, while hoards of gluttonous figures stand expectantly below.
"Manfish: Keeper of the Kelp Den". Etching 2014. Rice paper. Following from yesterday, I just kept on amusing myself through working on a similar topic of human sexuality and further the gender binary. We see here, the Manfish; a beautiful creature who lounges on the seabed protecting his pile of eggs.