Artist Spotlight - Jeff Meadows

March 19, 2013

Artist Spotlight - Jeff Meadows

The March 2013 issue of Button Club features Guest Artist Jeff Meadows, a California based artist, illustrator, sign painter, print maker and professional skunk striper.

Source of inspiration:     Classic cartoons and Vintage packaging.
Three adjectives that describe your art:    Retro, Fun, Urban.
Favorite creative tool:    No.2 pencil
Favorite snack:    Power Berries from Trader Joe's
Favorite toy (now or as a kid):    As a kid the Stretch Man Hulk, as an adult my lawn mower.
Favorite creative gig:
    Southern Exposure's Monster Drawing Rally.
Dog or Cat?    Dog.
What music are you listening to right now?   Modest Mouse
If you could be any character in fiction, whom would you be and why?
    Curious George, because I wouldn't have to adjust to much change.
What's the strangest thing you've ever seen?    I thought I once found a dead body (or two dead bodies that is) floating face down in a creek. Ended up they were just "Craw Daddy Hunters." Never knew there was such a thing, or that the way of hunting them is to float like a dead body.
Favorite mythical creature:    Car Key Gnomes.

Visit his website:    jeff-meadows.com



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