Art isn’t all about beautiful paintings or perfect landscape shots, it can also deliver powerful messages in order to make a change in the world and today’s society and Steve Cutts is one of those who think that the world needs major changes and some things should be different. Work shouldn’t be a grinding, soul-crushing rat race for the green dollar. Consumerism shouldn’t hold a vice-like grip on our lives. And social media, well, we need to throw-off the shackles we so eagerly put on ourselves. Wouldn’t life be better then?
Steve Cutts is an illustrator and animator currently living and working in London. His work is fascinating, thought-provoking and usually lends an important message. Steve Cutts studied Fine arts in university, and worked at Glueisobar as the main storyboard concept artist. “In terms of process every piece for me is different. I don’t have a standard way of doing things,” Cutts said in an online interview. “At any one time I’m usually juggling a few projects – I tend to work intermittently, working on one piece, then doing something else for a bit before coming back a few days later to the first piece with a fresh perspective. That always helps me to focus on the bigger picture.”