Art exhibit: The Walking Bread

Posted 15th May 2014
The Walking Bread is an art series that I produced, which went on to gain worldwide attention. My intention for each scene was for the bread to have a very simple quality, whilst the composition and lighting effects would build a level of complexity for resembling key scenes from the television show - The Walking Dead.
By striking a balance between the simplicity of the abstract and complexity of the emotive similarity to the scenes being portrayed, I was able to incite an exciting reaction within the mind of the viewer; this is due to the way that the human brain relates recognisable similarities, and then bridges any gaps to move from the abstract into something more recognisable.
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Ben Ireland interviewed me for the Nottingham Evening Post (Full page spread shown above), whilst Emmy award winning television producer Lora Wiley-Lennartz interviewed me about the exhibit for the American magazine site Citizen Brooklyn
Gale Anne Hurd who is an Executive producer for The Walking Dead, as well as producer for movies such as Terminator 2 and Aliens, expressed her appreciation for my art through Twitter:
The work was also featured on highly acclaimed website Comic Book Resources (CBR), and a variety of other websites such as Designs you trust, as well as throughout social media.
Even Marmite got in on the fun with a Facebook post:
Mark Nathan Willetts is a creative entrepreneur from Nottingham, England. His artistic work has been exhibited internationally. And he has worked as an educator and senior editor at companies such as Experian and Velawoods.
"We must continually grow until our ideas converge for a better future"
- Mark Nathan Willetts