Henry began exploring his artistic mind with finger painting at the age of three before graduating to drawing dinosaurs at approximately six. Not long after, teachers dictated what to paint and draw, but that didn’t last long and soon he began to draw the things within his head – despite often being reprimanded. He has produced work for theatrical productions, in addition to personal commissions. He seems to be in search for something that he’ll probably never find, but drawing helps, besides, it’s not healthy to keep such stuff locked inside.
‘If I got rid of my demons, I’d lose my angels.’ Tennessee Williams
Illustration for Snakes and Ladders by Tomek Dzido
Illustration for Blindness by Tomek Dzido
Illustrations for Somnia by George Huntington
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