About

My name is Steve Cutts, I’m an illustrator and animator currently living and working in London. Thanks for checking out my blog, anything I’m doing I will update here or on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SteveCuttsArt.

Thanks for watching!

27 thoughts on “About

  1. Steve, loved how your video MAN simplified issues environmentalist seem to have trouble getting across. Can you PLEASE do a similar one just for Climate Change??? So many people seem to thing the world is too big for us to be able to mess up the climate. Thank you. – a new fan from Facebook.

  2. Steve, I think you are the greatest artist of the moment, you are a genius. With your works you succeed in communicating everything that counts nowadays but which has been forgotten by most people. Keep on creating your meaningful and bright art 🙂

  3. Dear Steve, congratulations for your work. Can you tell me all the story behind the Man animation? I would like to use it as an example for a conservation education lecture at my university.

  4. I was very impressed by your work. I got to know you through Vimeo, watched “How will you die”, loved the art work, the backgrounds, colour and the story line. Thanks for being such an inspiration 🙂

  5. In a Decaying Society, Art, if it is Truthful,
    Must Also Reflect Decay.
    And Unless it Wants to Break Faith With it’s Social Function,
    Art Must Show the World As Changeable,
    And Help to Change It.
    – Ernst Fischer –

    I quite enjoyed a quick perusal about your site, Steve. Some danged interesting work offering cause for pause and reflection, to ‘See’ the world as changeable as opposed to being ‘Shown’. Kudos.
    Enjoy Peace

  6. Its really amazing how well can you capture the decadence, value-degeneration and moral destruction that we, as humans, are bringing up on ourselfs…(at least that´s my interpretation)
    Congratulations and best wishes from Pamplona (Spain)

  7. Watching Man made me want to puke as I started watching it, it is so very true! Man starts with him squashing a bug – I hate to admit this but as most children (esp girls) we were scared of small insects like spiders and any strange crawling bugs and the first instinct is to squash it dead, except for ladybugs. Personally, I think, among plenty of things, ecological/environmental awareness start at home from age child onwards when learning is first nature.
    Thank you for sharing your work and talents.

  8. Hi Steve, I love your zombie illustration! I am doing a university project on our digitalised society, i was wondering (if i credited you image) if you would mind me using it as a header image? i would really appreciate it 🙂

  9. Æ!!

    I’m here to say that your art is awesome. I have almost the same ideas and your drawings says what needs to be said.

    Keep the good work, because it is really great!

    Cheers from Brazil


    PotHix

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