Personal art website www.sneddonist.com.
As a graphic designer I was frustrated by many aspects of the industry and needed to find another way to express myself creatively and unconditionally, free from overthink and design baggage.
Upon a change, I worked at the Tate Modern in 2003 for two and a half years, and learned to love and do art again. I also met someone and moved to Australia in 2005 for eight years which had a huge influence.
In a way this work is a rejection of the pixel, a back to basics foray into pencil, ink, ideas and techniques that got me going artistically in the first place.
I’m fascinated by draughtmanship, architecture, sculpture, the past, the future, numerology, stellar mechanics, geomancy, ancient symbolism, the cosmic, the esoteric, the megalithic and the absurd.
The result is this website; a myriad of doodles, sketches, visual rants and meditations.
I also have a sibling website: www.snedlab.com which is the freethinking graphic design research entity. Please take a look.