Persephone

Persephone

Persephone

Named after the Greek goddess of spring growth, Persephone the snail reflects nature in bloom across the city. Persephone withdraws into the earth after harvest then emerges anew to make the world green again.

Artist Scott Nellis is a freelance illustrator based in Brighton who works under the moniker, Manic Minotaur. Drawing inspiration from his travels, music, love and many years of Brighton life, he creates lavish artwork where mythic themes and pop culture often collide.

As we head towards autumn, Persephone is a vibrant beacon of love and light and a reminder that after the winter months spring will return in all her glory.

Designed by: Manic Minotaur   

Say hello at: Hove Park

Sponsored by: Legal & General

Designed by: Manic Minotaur
 

Say hello at:
Hove Park

Sponsored by:
Legal & General

Named after the Greek goddess of spring growth, Persephone the snail reflects nature in bloom across the city. Persephone withdraws into the earth after harvest then emerges anew to make the world green again.

Artist Scott Nellis is a freelance illustrator based in Brighton who works under the moniker, Manic Minotaur. Drawing inspiration from his travels, music, love and many years of Brighton life, he creates lavish artwork where mythic themes and pop culture often collide.

As we head towards autumn, Persephone is a vibrant beacon of love and light and a reminder that after the winter months spring will return in all her glory.

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