Mike Angliss is an illustrator, artist and muralist working under the pseudonym 'anghi'.
With a love for ink illustration, digital painting and large scale works, often in combination, Mikes ability to realise a piece of art continues to grow and develop. But beyond any skill set is the idea. He revels in the concept stage and loves to tell a story with one image. His love of patterns is ever-present, but its his love of fine ink drawing and digital painting and finishing that has heavily influenced his latest work. Whether it's an event or company logo, poster, enamel pin, t-shirt or large wall, he's up for the challenge.
Mikes varied range in style and concept is born of eclectic influences, such as Wayne White’s word paintings, Howard Arkley’s suburbia, INSA’s GIFs and Brendan Monroe’s terrain.
He completed a Diploma of Visual Arts - Illustration at Melbourne Polytechnic in 2015 with high accolades, including being awarded 'best body of work' and 'best concept design' by industry judges at the graduate exhibition. And has since been working independently in Melbourne, Australia.