Lhouette Genres

Urban artist Lhouette has inspired critical acclaim and conversation-starting rhetoric around his self-defined genre of Pop Maximalism. As the flagship international representative for his incredible portfolio of original works, boutique and deluxe editions as well as wall sculptures, Wyecliffe Galleries is proud to present the single largest collection of Lhouette’s work available for acquisition.

Having hosted his first solo presentation Art De Populaire in 2014, the artist has received considerable recognition ranging from a 4-month residency with The Dorchester Collection, to his work featured for secondary market appraisal by Wyecliffe’s team on Channel 4 series Posh Pawn. Taking advantage of Wyecliffe’s impressive studio and triple gallery space, sell out exhibitions Video Heaven and Attachment Issues have further driven the artists’ already cemented status as the leading urban artist of his generation.  

A partnership built on mutual respect and creative ambition; Wyecliffe Galleries is privileged to have supported Lhouette’s artistic career for nearly a decade. Browse his extensive collections below;



Lhouette Genres

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Pop Maximalism”. The striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.​​​​​​​ Browse his collection by theme below.


























Lhouette Genres

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Pop Maximalism”. The striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.​​​​​​​ Browse his collection by theme below.


























Lhouette Genres

Urban artist Lhouette has inspired critical acclaim and conversation-starting rhetoric around his self-defined genre of Pop Maximalism. As the flagship international representative for his incredible portfolio of original works, boutique and deluxe editions as well as wall sculptures, Wyecliffe Galleries is proud to present the single largest collection of Lhouette’s work available for acquisition.

Having hosted his first solo presentation Art De Populaire in 2014, the artist has received considerable recognition ranging from a 4-month residency with The Dorchester Collection, to his work featured for secondary market appraisal by Wyecliffe’s team on Channel 4 series Posh Pawn. Taking advantage of Wyecliffe’s impressive studio and triple gallery space, sell out exhibitions Video Heaven and Attachment Issues have further driven the artists’ already cemented status as the leading urban artist of his generation.  

A partnership built on mutual respect and creative ambition; Wyecliffe Galleries is privileged to have supported Lhouette’s artistic career for nearly a decade. Browse his extensive collections below;



























A cultural magpie, Lhouette singles out the universal touchstones of society, selecting references from the 20th and 21st centuries to re-imagine them with his eponymous ‘Lhouette Language’. Luxury brands, stars of the golden age of cinema and slogan-typefaces from the Far East all appear as part of his pop collage designs. A commentary on the visual assault of modern advertising and vast choices available in modern society from global cuisine to television channel, Lhouette critiques and challenges our way of life. Injecting his experiences of foreign culture accumulated during his time within British Navy into every composition, the artist travelled to 21 countries over a four-year period; all before the age of twenty-one.

Dedicated to a tactile experience for eye, Lhouette sources materials from salvage yards, preferring the raw and authentic nature of material that has been worn with age. Wooden pallets upcycled cable and oil drums are the perfect surfaces for his wall art and rarer fine art furniture such as his iconic coffee tables. His practice has also born ground-breaking wall-sculptures featuring his cast of assured female figures; from Angel Cake to Little Miss Sunshine; each assumes a character combining innocence and power in their subversive brightly coloured silhouettes. Further driving forward with pioneering artistic techniques, Lhouette has challenged the status quo of what a limited edition can be. Presenting his hybrid boutique works, many feature hand-worked and unique options from bespoke branded panels to individually hand-painted frames. Lhouette’s vast imagination has illuminated the art world with his distinct Pop Maximalist philosophy and technical flair, producing accomplished works which contribute to the cutting-edge urban art scene.

POP MAXIMALISM

 

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Pop Maximalism”. The striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.​​​​​​​ With high profile collectors including Antonio Banderas and Ronan Keating....

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"Pop art is about the transformation of existing imagery through application, I’m interested in brands that are reworked to suit other countries. I love the familiar against the not so familiar, being disrupted by exotic language variants such as Koka Kola, a manga batman, or Hollywood actors promoting unheard product on Japanese television adverts its pop transformation outside of the visual arts.”

- Lhouette

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A cultural magpie, Lhouette singles out the universal touchstones of society, selecting references from the 20th and 21st centuries to re-imagine them with his eponymous ‘Lhouette Language’. Luxury brands, stars of the golden age of cinema and slogan-typefaces from the Far East all appear as part of his pop collage designs. A commentary on the visual assault of modern advertising and vast choices available in modern society from global cuisine to television channel, Lhouette critiques and challenges our way of life. Injecting his experiences of foreign culture accumulated during his time within British Navy into every composition, the artist travelled to 21 countries over a four-year period; all before the age of twenty-one.

Dedicated to a tactile experience for eye, Lhouette sources materials from salvage yards, preferring the raw and authentic nature of material that has been worn with age. Wooden pallets upcycled cable and oil drums are the perfect surfaces for his wall art and rarer fine art furniture such as his iconic coffee tables. His practice has also born ground-breaking wall-sculptures featuring his cast of assured female figures; from Angel Cake to Little Miss Sunshine; each assumes a character combining innocence and power in their subversive brightly coloured silhouettes. Further driving forward with pioneering artistic techniques, Lhouette has challenged the status quo of what a limited edition can be. Presenting his hybrid boutique works, many feature hand-worked and unique options from bespoke branded panels to individually hand-painted frames. Lhouette’s vast imagination has illuminated the art world with his distinct Pop Maximalist philosophy and technical flair, producing accomplished works which contribute to the cutting-edge urban art scene.