Eagle-eyed AR readers may recognise Neal Fox’s drawing style from his illustrations for Peter Cook’s and our web columnists’ byline portraits
But when not capturing the architectural cognoscenti, Fox’s day job is mythologising his heroes in large-scale drawings, usually in pen and ink. This latest project, ‘Beware of the God’, is a departure point for the artist as he experiments with colour and stained glass.
Made by Franz Mayer of Munich, the dozen 2.5m-high windows invert the traditional depiction of saints to portray Fox’s own gallery of sinners. In JG Ballard, William Burroughs and Hunter S Thompson, we present the more literary range of the canon, which also includes Jean Genet, Francis Bacon and Fox’s own grandfather John Watson.