101 x 76cm
Original Oil Painting on Canvas
Born in Luton, Mark studied technical and scientific illustration for four years. After graduation, he became a member of the Society of Illustrators, Artists, and Designers (SIAD). Since then, he has had a full and demanding 33-year career as a full-time artist and illustrator, producing work for numerous national and international publishers, advertising agencies and galleries. Mark has served with the Artists’ Rifles; he is also the founder of CGI-company, Mission 3D.
Outside of work, Mark is a keen rider who has learned the hard way that you can lead a horse to water, but that’s about all you[…]
Dell Publishing Company Inc., New York 1949
Jacket design by Gerald Gregg
H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man is one of the greatest sci-fi / horror stories of all time. The story concerns the arrival of a stranger at the small English town of Ipping, and the problems and conflicts that emerge, as the stranger’s secret is – literally – uncovered. The stranger’s head is almost completely covered in bandages, he wears sunglasses, gloves and so on, and maintains that he is recovering from the effects of an accident. Only his nose is visible. This leads to an interesting situation when the stranger has his trousers savaged by a dog, and one of the onlookers swears that he could see no skin through the torn cloth…
This is an excellent, thought-provoking tale, on a par with Wells’ other classics like The War of the Worlds and The Time Machine.