Woodrow Phoenix is a British comics artist and writer who also works in the fields of editorial illustration, graphic design, font design and children’s books. He is known for his experimentation with illustrative and graphic styles, offering up an incongruous mix of the cute and the sinister. His graphic story ‘End of the Line’ first appeared in The Brighton Book, a mixed-media anthology published by Myriad in association with Brighton Festival. Phoenix is the author of the much-acclaimed Rumble Strip (Myriad, 2008), a graphics book exploring the complicated psychology of the relationship between people and cars. He is co-editor of Nelson, a collective graphic novel with 54 creators, published by Blank Slate, for whom he is also Art Director. In spring 2014 Phoenix completed a new graphic novel, She Lives, unusual for its size and dramatic presentation: a single-copy, handmade, handbound book that is one metre square.