With an unmistakeable style and palette, it’s no surprise that multi-media artist Duggie Fields draws influence from the comics and cartoons of his childhood - but a colorful circle of friends and wildly imaginative home also strongly inspire him. Duggie has been based in the same London live/workspace for over fifty years, surrounded by his own paintings, textiles and sculptures. “I think I’m really just a landscape artist – I paint what’s around me. I paint my internal landscape because I’ve externalised it… but it’s there, and it influences whatever I do next.” An early pioneer of pop forms, pixilation and dimensional effects, his work is dreamed up with a unique vision, and he curates his personal style to reflect it. Duggie has become part of his work - he is the art - and we can’t think of anyone who embodies the transcendence of imagination better.