John Faulkner, 32, is an exquisitely handsome, witty empresario, living away from the glare of the paparazzi, in his country billet with a hot tub and room for a small pony.
Patron of the cats protection league, John wiles his time with his etchings and impoverished artisans to open his fan mail and dust his ostrich feathers. His flamboyant style is apparent with his whimsical good looks and charm, matching shoes and man bag. The country pile is embellished with busts of his peers and the waft of lilies fills the air.
With 3 toilets, John is always at your convenience, his recent installation of a cat flap has ensued with a rush of attention and he always puts extra butter on his bagels.
Best selling British humorist artist John cleverly combines pen, ink, watercolour and humour to create unique, cute, scandalous, yet endearing whimsical characters which offer a brilliant insight into human nature. His work is renowned for his attention to detail, totally self taught, John has perfected his skills over many years, firstly as a hobby, now as a way of life. Enjoying worldwide success with images that appeal to a global audience. He has been interviewed by the British Press and exhibited in both the UK and USA.
The originality of his artwork, combined with his humour takes approximately 2-3 weeks from conception to a finished submission. The colours are vibrant, the caricatures bold and the captions cunning and witty. The work is produced to a very high standard and, as a greetings card or a fine art print, it represents some of the most distinctive humorous imagery available today. John loves what he does and it is reflected in his finished product which often create a topic for enjoyment and conversation. John continues to work from his studio in the South West of England so his catalogue of images is growing and adapting to the topical and ever changing ways of our world and the challenges of life, love, laughter and friendship.
John invites you to please license his beautiful artwork as he is saving for his retirement shack on the small island of St. Lucia.