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The Beautiful Little Oddities that Chris Pell Illustrates



The beautiful little oddities that Chris Pell illustrates are developed through stream of consciousness or as Chris says, "I don't like to think too much on what I'm drawing."  As I like to see it, it's Chris's pure imagination taking over and the end result is a nice portal to an alternate universe.  In fact, this is how Chris likes too look at it as well. "I like to imagine stories or situations I draw exist in some other universe," Chris says, "without sounding too cheesy."  Science and religion are two of Chris's main influences and his work features a strong undercurrent of both themes.  Chris lives and works in London. - Zach Tutor

The beautiful little oddities that Chris Pell illustrates are developed through stream of consciousness or as Chris says, “I don’t like to think too much on what I’m drawing.”  As I like to see it, it’s Chris’s pure imagination taking over and the end result is a nice portal to an alternate universe.  In fact, this is how Chris likes too look at it as well. “I like to imagine stories or situations I draw exist in some other universe,” Chris says, “without sounding too cheesy.”  Science and religion are two of Chris’s main influences and his work features a strong undercurrent of both themes.  Chris lives and works in London. – Zach Tutor

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