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Paul Jackson
Toronto, Canada
Paul Jackson draws the natural world in fascinating ways. In his glitch drawings, for example, he juxtaposes wild animals with computer malfunctions: one side of an ape’s face is photorealistic, while the other appears smeared and distorted.

Paul also combines living and dead creatures in his works, portraying a lioness, bear, or a “little jackal with his skull coming out,” as Paul writes on his website. “But he’s fine now.” This juxtaposition is important to the artist who wants people to see something curious and unique when looking at his work.
Paul Jackson draws the natural world in fascinating ways. In his glitch drawings, for example, he juxtaposes wild animals with computer malfunctions: one side of an ape’s face is photorealistic, while the other appears smeared and distorted.

Paul also combines living and dead creatures in his works, portraying a lioness, bear, or a “little jackal with his skull coming out,” as Paul writes on his website. “But he’s fine now.” This juxtaposition is important to the artist who wants people to see something curious and unique when looking at his work.
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