Thomas Whittle’s art is visually and conceptually mongrel in nature. Formally his paintings and drawings are reminiscent of the aftermath of a punch up between Martin Kippenberger, Sean Landers, Joe Coleman, George Condo and Magritte’s vache paintings. His work functions as an analogous embodiment of our digital culture. For instance, a motion graphics sequence may combine content and techniques from different media such as live action video, 2D animation, painting and drawing. In his use of found imagery Thomas morphs his ‘original’ source material compositing it together in an analogue mashup, which gives birth to hybrid, mongrel-creatures of his own.