About the artist
The work of master doodler Jon Burgerman is in the permanent collections of The Victoria and Albert Museum and The Science Museum in London. His narratives–bursting with expressive characters–are not only found in upper echelon institutions. You can spot his work on caps for New Era, customized vinyl toys for Kidrobot, Virgin Atlantic air sickness bags, limited edition Puma sneakers, the Inkstrumental iPhone app, and even as cake disguised as hamburgers at the “Cake Britain” exhibition hosted at Future Gallery last year. He is also one-half of the melodious ukelele-driven electro-pop duo, Anxieteam.
This artwork was silk screened at Bushwick Print Lab using only acid-free materials.
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The Slice is Right (2011)
|Edition||50 + 2 APs|
|Size||16 (h) x 20 (w) in.|
|Process||3-color silk screen|
|Paper||French Smart White 80C|
|Border||1 in. on all sides|
An export from Nottingham, England, Jon Burgerman moved to the big apple just under a year ago. This vibrant print is inspired by all the pizza he’s eaten and clutter he’s seen in New York City, and yet, his version of the metropolis is mysteriously devoid of pigeons. Burgerman’s city scene is at once filled with anxiety, anarchy, and play–the most essential ingredients for a modern day gotham.