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About - Manic Minotaur Illustration

Manic Minotaur is a freelance illustrator in Brighton, UK.

Brighton-based freelance illustrator Manic Minotaur loves to create colourful, psychedelic images inspired by music, travel, fun and love.

Manic Minotaur loves to produce illustrations for projects relating to music, gaming, fashion and more.

His favourite tools include iPad, pens and acrylic paints.

Clients include: Xbox, Adobe, Oxford University Press, V Recordings / Planet V, Colorcraft Puzzles, Major Events Media, Screen And Film School, Molke Ltd, Martlets Hospice, Propellernet, Buff Motion, BN1 Magazine, My Hotel Brighton, Jools Barbers.

Check out his shop for a range of greeting cards, art prints and illustrated gifts or find him at his regular stall in Greenwich Market, London.

Manic Minotaur was created by University of Brighton Illustration graduate Scott Nellis: a lone crusader on a quest to make your eyes happy.

Want to see some of Scott’s old work? Check out scottnellis.co.uk!

Need some illustration done? Dash over to the Contact page and send a message.

(I wrote all that in the third person)

Mind how you go, mortal and keep your eye out for harpies!

A photograph of freelance illustrator Manic Minotaur in Preston Park, Brighton with Persephone, the snail he painted.