Daniel Frost is an artist who is fixated with odd people and strange situations. Through simple imagery, he reinterprets his observations in an imaginative and playful way. Craftsmanship is at the heart of his work, using a combination of traditional materials and digital technology, Daniel's work creates a blend of modern imagery with the delicate qualities of traditional mediums.
Looking at Daniel Frost's illustrations is like looking at the work of a French illustrator in some way. Perhaps it's the way the whimsical characters seem to zoom past, narrowly missing each other in their simplified but busy world that feels reminiscent of a Jacques Tati film.
However Frost's work manages to inhabit any setting he chooses; be it his award winning version of Gulliver's Travels, in which the characters traverse to the four different islands, represented by four different books. Or the wacky, wiggly world of Frostville; a town of Frost's imagination that is the location for the chaotic caper of a boy and his dog, the subject of Frost's first children's book, Atop A Hill in Frostville.