After the demise of Binder, Edwards and Vaughan (the design group), I had become interested in depicting a surreal and imaginary world, which was sort of in parallel to our own. This world was heading for total collapse; it was coming apart at the seams, but also reflected my own personal situation as a tragi-comedy. Stylistically it borrowed from popular comics such as the Dandy and Beano, which allowed me to paint very simply and directly. These illustrative paintings were very successful and sold out in America where I had a gallery agent. I worked in this style for about three years until I began to feel that I wanted to be with paint itself, and I felt that I couldn't do that with the imagery that I had been depicting.


Bluff
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Empire
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Babel
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Hog
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This Way & That
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Comming In
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Poster
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Homes & Gardens
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The Don
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Hero 1.
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Don't Panic
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Night Visitor
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In Difficulty
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