Finding out Brecht had uploaded more work on to his Flickr was the internet equivalent of finding out there’s extra gravy and potatoes after a Sunday dinner. I don’t think any other artist or illustrator anywhere churns out as many crazily detailed pictures as Brecht, each one seemingly getting weirder and weirder.
Some of his latest include a scientist being chased Jurassic Park-style around a lab by enormous flies, a slightly alarming image of a queue for a cash machine being invaded by homeless men (we’ve all been there) and a truly, truly fantastic picture of a festival crowd and a guide dog for the blind. We don’t know what White Cube is, but let’s hope it’s an exciting new project that we get to see very soon.
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