The artist first emerged on the world stage at age 9 when he won the coveted Golden Sharpie Award at the Cartoon Olympics held in Reykjavik, Iceland. In a past life his father was Rembrandt and his mother the Queen of Hearts. To his real life parents he was always full of crap.

“Daily Floundering is more fun than daily flossing.”

Wit and satire have a proud tradition throughout the history of art. William Blake once said: “A fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees.” I keep planting trees never knowing what others will see.

Life is plenty serious and it’s important to retain the playfulness of childhood on our journey. Thank you for your time and consideration of my work. This website is a longtime dream that like all good dreams has finally come true.

Daily Flounder is also featured on Facebook and Instagram. The site is into Year 9 and attracting thousands all by word of mouth.

If you like my art, please help spread the word by sharing it and inviting others to visit.


Mikel Mesh