Caux Collective’s Artist Analysis: Aled Lewis (Part II)
Before we get too far into this post, if you’re not quite sure who Aled Lewis is, to save me from forcing our more regular readers to read the same thing twice, head over to ‘Part I’ to read a little more about Lewis, and his project ‘Video Games vs. Real Life’ before you indulge yourself in this post.
In this post we’re going to take a look at a small selection of pieces from another of Aled Lewis’ brilliant projects named, ‘Toy Stories’ in which a number of small toy humans, animals, dinosaurs and other figures have been placed into a wide range of hilarious scenarios and conversations, in a delightfully amusing, inspired, anthropomorphic style. These scenario’s range from guilty Foxes and surprised T-Rex’s to grumpy Mammoths and sneaky Sharks and everything in-between, with every piece even funnier and more creative than the last.
If you’re a fan of what you see here then head over to Lewis’ website, which is rife with even more truly ingenious work or his Behance profile where you’ll also find plenty more of his work.
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