Print All Over Me + Jon Burgerman

A colorful collection of internet-inspired wearable art, from "like-worthy" pants to "attachment" bags

No space, whether it be blank pages, buildings or even a person’s right arm (for tattooing), is safe from UK-raised, Brooklyn-based artist (and CH favorite) Jon Burgerman‘s doodles and cheeky sense of humor. The playful artist’s most recent endeavor, the second half of which launches today, is an official clothing and accessories collaboration with Print All Over Me (PAOM), a platform that makes high-quality, custom …

Jon Burgerman: Head Shots

The artist uses NYC subway advertisements for improvisational gory, humor and awareness

With lambent wit, awareness and a desire to question the materials that cross our collective path on a daily basis, one of CH’s favorite artists, Jon Burgerman, has debuted a new photo series on his website, titled Head Shots. In a way, it’s a continuation of his previous Korean Subway project; modifying surroundings in a simple way, while yielding a dramatic impact. Each project cites …

Jon Burgerman: Racing Lines

The Brooklyn-based artist's upcoming exhibition and workshop at London's prestigious Southbank Centre

NYC-based artist Jon Burgerman will be taking a transatlantic flight back home for his upcoming show “Racing Lines” at London’s prestigious Southbank Centre, opening on 12 November 2013. Armed with pens and—sometimes digital—paint, Burgerman’s works are cartoonish and monstrous, colorful and enigmatic, all at the same time. His improvisational doodling is immediately recognizable and brings seriousness to the idea of play. For those of us …