A rug made of polenta, yodeling cowboys and whole chapters of Proust written in smoke signals: what do they have in common? They belong to the oddball world of Glen Baxter
His drawings and dry, slightly skewed captions create a surreal universe that this British artist finds perfectly normal. Glen has regular exhibitions in France, the US, and the UK; and his work is in the collections of London's Tate Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum. His drawings have been published in The Observer, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Elle, Independent on Sunday, and Vogue.