Christopher Conn Askew
Christopher Conn Askew's intensely graphic artwork is like military propaganda from 1984. Anthropomorphized, vaguely threatening domestic animals, particularly cats, mingle with children, nudes, badges, weapons, and typography for a sinister yet delightful effect. I COVET his latest print, Upon a Tiny Throne:
How awesome is that? It's a limited edition of only 200 prints; don't tell me if you get one because I'll be insanely jealous!
"Chauncey" reminds me of the book Animalia by Graeme Base, which has similar depictions of anthropomorphic animals amidst elaborate scenery-- in which you're meant to discover as many items beginning with a certain alphabet letter as possible.
So glad you like his work! It's pretty fantastic and captivating.