Pete Fowler is an illustrator and mixed media artist from London. Recently he’s been cross stitching.
Pete has a unique illustrative style and he has deployed this style on all manner of media, from album covers to full wall murals and beyond.
Although this is Pete’s first foray into cross stitch, he’s definitely gotten to grips with it.
With bold colours and a confident design sense, this first set of pieces from Pete is bang on. A quirky set of pieces that remind me of Beatles animation, they’re a great introduction to a world that I hope we get to see more of.
Be sure to visit Pete’s website to enjoy the range of his work, including posters, vinyl toys and so much more. Before you go, enjoy this nifty little video from his recent exhibition.
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