Raised on a diet of Doctor Who, Tolkien, Dungeons & Dragons and comic books, Simon Sherry has been making monsters from the moment he could put a crayon to a flat surface. Combining elements of post-apocalyptic science-fantasy, post-human horror and a black sense of humour; Simon’s work is preoccupied with notions of humankind’s ability to determine the course of its own fate in the face of forces larger than itself. Using a combination of digital and traditional mediums, his work has been featured in several publications, most notably the covers of Australian horror anthology Something Wicked and the follow-up series Something Weird.
Notable recent projects include the Full Deck series of character designs interpreting the four card suits, the Game of Kings collaborative art project, depicting the game of chess played out as a battle between cosmic forces, and the Killbot series of Rorsharch-inspired robot designs. When he is not dragging monstrous visions out of his mind and onto the screen, Simon likes to relax with his wife and children in the outer south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.
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And, yes, all work contained within this portfolio is copyright Simon Sherry, etc, etc
except for my avatar portrait, that’s courtesy of Damien Mason