About Frank

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Hello! thank you for visiting my site. I am Frank, the inventor of Cats-not-terfs and the crow comics!

I am a non-binary trans person (pronouns: they/them) from Cardiff & based in Carmarthenshire and I create limited-edition linoprints and paintings in oils and acrylics and mixed-media works, often with visionary art, pagan and witchcraft themes

I received a Master’s Degree with Distinction from Falmouth University in 2018 in the subject of Illustration: Authorial Practice.

I am a professional graphic designer and illustrator with a wide list of high-profile clients, and my work website can be found here

Every original, limited-edition numbered print is printed by hand on a Rollaco Cachet. This is reflected in the price. I have cheaper prints available in the giclee/digital/litho section of my site – these are not limited editions, some are signed – this is noted on the item details.


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You can check out some of the reward prints I’ve sent out to Patrons here

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CV

1997 – BTEC in Art Foundation, Glamorgan Centre for Art Design Technology
2000 – graduated with 2:1, BA hons in Journalism, Falmouth
2000-2003 – graphic designer in a communications agency in Cambridge, UK
2003 – went freelance & have been doing this ever since
2015 – joint exhibition of screenprints and paintings in Aberystwyth
2015 – 2018 MA with distinction, Falmouth, Illustration: Authorial Practice. I also won the prize for creative writing on that course.
2019 – speaker and panel member of Falmouth’s Illustration Forum
2020 – images and words published in Fruit Journal – lead artist
2020 – visiting lecturer on Falmouth’s Illustration MA
2021 – published writing and illustrations in TransBareAll anthology