Illustrator Matt Dixon is working in the gaming industry. I think when he ends the working day and he had no need to draw weird alien slugs or spooky Goblin, he gladly leaves your computer and is engaged absolutely in other things? And here and there. “When I finish work and want to relax, nothing so quickly calms my brain and my nerves, as did the opportunity to go head first into the world of my robots,” says Matt.
“I don’t remember exactly when I first began to draw, but since then it has become an integral part of my life. There is something soothing and calming in drawing these pictures. I never have a clear plan or plot. When I want to draw, I just sit down and start, and the pictures appear by themselves, if someone puts them on my head and is forcing you to transfer it on the paper.
People usually find these pictures sad. But I wouldn’t say that. Maybe my robots and there is a melancholy, but I don’t think they are very disappointed in life. They may seem lost, but I see how they try to find meaning in life and looking for it in all the wonder that surrounds them. I think many of us something like those robots.”