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Samuel Branton: So what would you little maniacs like to do first?, 2010

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Samuel Branton: Wherever you where, I’m happy you came back, 2010

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Samuel Branton: Wherever you where, I’m happy you came back, 2010

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Samuel Branton: Of all the Queens that ever ruled, I choose you, 2010

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Samuel Branton: The executioners face is always well hidden, 2010

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Samuel Branton: I like the cool way you look at me, everything about you is bringing me misery, 2010

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Samuel Branton: So, the puppet thinks he’s a real boy, 2010

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Samuel Branton: I saw a new born baby with wild wolves all around it, 2010

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Samuel Branton: Just don’t tell me you’re innocent, 2010

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Samuel Branton: She did that on purpose, 2007

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Samuel Branton: Childs Play, 2008

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Samuel Branton: You’re gonna love the way they tickle, 2007

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Samuel Branton: There are heroes in the seaweed, 2008

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Samuel Branton: They were asked if they were Gods and they said no, 2008

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Samuel Branton

Samuel Branton would have been the man that pioneering explorers took along with them to faraway lands where – armed with mere pencil and paper – he would document a new world populated by a genteel aristocracy and debauched mythical beasts. His delightfully unsettling fantasies see Sabine beauties molested by octupus tentacles, or force us to watch as top-hatted gentlemen topple helplessly into open mouthed pond monsters. Trouble is, after three years of prolific sketching he just sort of… stopped. Come back Sam Bran! We’re slobbering for more!