The Common Mermaid
The Common Mermaid

The work is inspired by the anatomy illustrations of the 1920’s. While looking through a book I came to realise that there are only records of known species. That got me thinking what about all the “fictional” beasts from the greek mythology. The idea of these beasts had to come from somewhere, but there is not much documented research to prove any of their existence. But if there could be records of their skeletons, that would have to mean that they existed.

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Fearless Satyr
The Fearless Satyr

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Proud Cintaur
The Proud Cintaur

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Labyrinth Dwelling Minotaur
The Labyrinth Dwelling Minotaur

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Dungeon Dwelling Echidna
The Dungeon Dwelling Echidna

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

Anubis the Embalmer
Anubis the Embalmer

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Merciless Sphinx
The Merciless Sphinx

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

Satyr (Original Illustration)
Satyr (Original Illustration)

The Original piece is done with archival ink pens on Fabriano Academia 200 gsm stock. 

Dimensions: 100cm x 70cm

The Common Mermaid (Original Illustration)
The Common Mermaid (Original Illustration)

The original piece is done with archival ink pens on Fabriano Academia 200 gsm stock.

Dimensions: 100cm x 70cm

The Atlantic Mermaid
The Atlantic Mermaid

In this version of the Mermaid there is a clear indication of evolution. The Atlantic or Cape Mermaid has hip bones showing signs of procreation. Unlike the asexual Common Mermaid, the Atlantic Mermaid needs a partner in order to produce new spawn.

 

The original piece is done using archival ink pens on Fabriano Academia 200gsm stock. Prints are digitally printed using archival ink on Fabriano 200gsm stock.

 

Original Dimensions: 100cm x 70cm

Print Dimensions: 420mm x 279mm

Editions of 25

The Common Mermaid
The Fearless Satyr
The Proud Cintaur
The Labyrinth Dwelling Minotaur
The Dungeon Dwelling Echidna
Anubis the Embalmer
The Merciless Sphinx
Satyr (Original Illustration)
The Common Mermaid (Original Illustration)
The Atlantic Mermaid
The Common Mermaid

The work is inspired by the anatomy illustrations of the 1920’s. While looking through a book I came to realise that there are only records of known species. That got me thinking what about all the “fictional” beasts from the greek mythology. The idea of these beasts had to come from somewhere, but there is not much documented research to prove any of their existence. But if there could be records of their skeletons, that would have to mean that they existed.

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Fearless Satyr

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Proud Cintaur

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Labyrinth Dwelling Minotaur

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Dungeon Dwelling Echidna

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

Anubis the Embalmer

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

The Merciless Sphinx

Print on Fabriano

240mm x 297mm

Edition of 25

Satyr (Original Illustration)

The Original piece is done with archival ink pens on Fabriano Academia 200 gsm stock. 

Dimensions: 100cm x 70cm

The Common Mermaid (Original Illustration)

The original piece is done with archival ink pens on Fabriano Academia 200 gsm stock.

Dimensions: 100cm x 70cm

The Atlantic Mermaid

In this version of the Mermaid there is a clear indication of evolution. The Atlantic or Cape Mermaid has hip bones showing signs of procreation. Unlike the asexual Common Mermaid, the Atlantic Mermaid needs a partner in order to produce new spawn.

 

The original piece is done using archival ink pens on Fabriano Academia 200gsm stock. Prints are digitally printed using archival ink on Fabriano 200gsm stock.

 

Original Dimensions: 100cm x 70cm

Print Dimensions: 420mm x 279mm

Editions of 25

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