In the work of Thomas Heaphy, tension and collapse abide: a morass of the alien and the organic, broken angular structures, feverish lines, anatomies of hell. His protean, hallucinatory images draw influence from Giorgio de Chirico, Hans Bellmer and Felix Vallotton, as well as contemporary graffiti writers, designers and tattooers. Based in Berlin, his illustrations have appeared in various publications such as Strike! Magazine, The Chop, Black Dog, H.P.A.S. and Calabash.