The Feast of children, (2010), dip pen on card
Skin deep, (2010), dip pen on card
Indian steam girl, Fine Liner – dip pen & black acrylic
Voxman, (2010), dip pen on card
Captin James McWolfson, Fine Liner on board, 6 x 2 ft
Darwins Experiment, Fine Liner – dip pen – ink wash & black acrylic on MDF
Dane Empire, Fine Liner and black acrylic on board
Lady Mary and The Moon Children
Lair of the lighthouse cat
Birthday Party for One
About The Artist
Mr Mead is a fine artist & illustrator, inspired by Koji Morimoto, Shaun Tan and Remi Wyart. He is also influenced by the emerging surrealist American contemporary art scene. Mr Mead is a traditional artist working in pen & ink mediums, often applying his practice to large scale character based pieces on reclaimed wood.
He is a permanent resident at the long established Jamaica Street Studios, where he works feverishly in his chaotic attic on the rooftop of the Bristol art scene. The artist is driven by his obsession and childhood fear of anthropomorphism. His work is a cathartic process to release his inner nightmares, after viewing at a premature age ‘The Tales of Beatrix Potter’, a 1976 Royal Ballet film by BAFTA nominated director Reginald Mills.