Mark Oliver’s childhood fascination and curiosity for his father’s many electrical as well as engineering components has held an incredible influence over Mark’s 20 years experience in creating his artworks. As you’ll be able to admire shortly, robots, industrial architecture, and strange mechanical devices are constant themes in Mark’s final creations.
Finding the Best Materials for the Litter Bugs
Several of Mark’s artworks have been exhibited internationally through the years. Mark goes through a scrupulous and meticulous process in order to arrive to his final products.
The sculpturer crafts each single insect, and despite the term litter that he employs, the artisan spends a lot of time to find interesting materials to be used to craft his sculptures. Moreover, the Litter Bug frames are tailor made as well.
Mark is also able to undertake commissioned work in case you have a specific Litter Bug in mind you’d like this talented artisan to produce for you.
Purchasing Mark’s Litter Bugs
Of course, the Little Bugs are up for sale as well. You can purchase the artworks either from Mark’s website, or from the many galleries and museum exhibitions where the artist sculptures can be viewed.
Prices changes depending upon the piece you’d like to buy, but also depending on where the Litter Bug needs to be delivered. Lastly, Mark can also be reached through Behance and Pantone Canvas, another two online networks for artists to showcase their creations.
Not Just Litter Bugs in Mark’s Portfolio
Mark is also an illustrator, and a good one, too. The artist is a well established, multi award-winning Illustrator for print, TV and children’s books. Some of his illustrations can be admired on the Brighton Illustrations Group’s website. The Group is a network run by illustrators for illustrators.