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Joe Fenton on Behance

Joe Fenton on Behance
Joe Fenton is a London based artist that works mainly in monochrome. His large drawings are produced using graphite, ink and acrylics on paper. Joe's art work is influenced by many of the early surrealists. Embracing the grotesque by his employment of Hieronymus Bosch like figures that are gangly, writhing and cr… Read More Joe's art work is influenced by many of the early surrealists. Embracing the grotesque by his employment of Hieronymus Bosch like figures that are gangly, writhing and cramped. Prior to his decision to commit full time to his personal works, Joe had two children’s books published, as author and illustrator which have won various awards.

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