Matthew Feyld [website]
Matthew Feyld, Saskatoon-based artist, is a lad who grew up with a birth defect that made his head swell unbelievably. This happened at the worst times possible: during show and tell, at the science fair, on his first date… It happened from stress. He found that keeping calm helped his head stay normal and drawing, painting, scribbling was his cure. His work is almost voodoo to keep his swollen head from reappearing. It recreates his greatest fears: beady eyed monsters with giant balloon heads fighting off the world in tights.
Matthew Feyld’s artwork appears on the cover of Dolls.
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