Size: A2 & A3
Paper: 285gsm, fine art, archival, portrait rag
About Jon Burgerman
Burgerman uses accessible materials to make colourful and comical works. He encourages mistakes, experiments and improvisation within his practice to allow for new ways of making.
His artworks are held in the collections of several institutions including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery. He has also collaborated with companies that include Instagram, Snapchat, Nike, Puma, Apple, Pepsi Co., Samsung, Sesame Street and Disney.
2017 saw the release of Burgerman’s first picture book ‘Splat!’ published by Oxford University Press and Penguin and the creativity books ‘Jon Burgerman’s Daily Doodle’ published by Laurence King and ‘It’s Great To Create’ published by Chronicle Books. In 2018 ‘Rhyme Crime’ and ‘How to Eat Pizza’ both written and illustrated by Jon were published around the world.
Jon lives in New York with a slice of pizza and a collection of yellow jackets.
Our prints are produced using Giclee print processes on 285gsm, premium quality, fine art archival paper with authentic UV inks. This practice produces gallery-quality prints, with superb depth of colour, longevity and stability of 80+ years.
Prints are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, blind embossed with our company seal.
Our frames are handmade from sustainably sourced, natural wood, using acid free archival materials. We use acrylic glass on frames that require shipping to ensure they arrive undamaged.