This Saturday 10 October, will see the the Launch event of Joe Ledbetter's Amalgamation Tour and his first U.K solo show at the London Miles Gallery.
Influenced by classic animation, graphic design, and daily life, Joe Ledbetter's art is... well... a lot of things. Light-hearted in its approach, he often combines cute and cuddly creatures with unfortunate - albeit humorous - situations. With a lean on the subversive and absurd, these scenarios are all too familiar, questioning our tendency of taking life (and ourselves) too seriously.While working as a graphic apparel artist for three years, Ledbetter got involved in the LA underground art scene, beginning with group shows like Cannibal Flower. By the summer of 2004, he had honed his trademark visual style of emblematic line-work, vibrant colors, and endearing characters to the point of quitting his day job. His incredible cast of creatures have since been emblazoned on over 100 designer vinyl toys, as well as apparel and lifestyle brands, the world over.
Shock and Awe Opens on Saturday October 10th, 2009 from 5pm to 8pm
Joe Ledbetter will be in attendance at the opening to sign your toys, prints and more. Please R.S.V.P to attend the opening event on October 10th to Sales@Londonmiles.com.
LONDON MILES GALLERY | 212 Kensington Park Road | Notting Hill | London | W11 1NR
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