A Work-Day Hieroglyph

This piece of illustration is a sequential narrative running from left to right, taking you through a 24 hour cycle. This hieroglyph tells a story of the strange behaviour that ensues from a Londoner’s working day. This is a dark but humorous story of the psychological effects that a mundane job has on us and how it makes us behave. From the pain of getting out of bed, the moody and bitterness of the rush-hour, to the tyrannical bosses and scheming peers at work, to finally to the debauchery that ensues when we’ve finally been set free. The drinking, smoking, drugs, and sex that we can often regret in the morning.

140 x 60cm (8 ft Long) Pen & ink with watercolour

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