psychedelic travels through space and time
Neal Fox has been drawing since he was a young kid and his art works are an homage to the bohemian life of his hell-raising grandfather John Watson, a former bomber pilot, chat show host, pulp fiction writer and publisher. Influenced by the likes of Robert Crumb, Otto Dix and Hieronymus Bosch, Neal Fox’s work purposefully blurs the line between the real world and fiction and at the centre of his drawings are some of the world’s most recognised iconoclasts and cultural renegades, geniuses and lunatics – from William Burroughs and Francis Bacon to Johnny Cash and Jim Morrison all the way to Klaus Kinski and Werner Herzog.
We met up with the London-based artist and illustrator to find out what's popping in the wonderfully weird world of the Fox.
Make sure to check out our feature piece on Mr. Fox in Lodown Magazine #91 as well.