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Designer Spotlight: Jon Burgerman

We love Jon Burgeman’s bold, wonky and slightly odd doodles here at Cheese Towers, so much that we had to shine a spotlight on his crazy talented self.

  • 28/08/2014
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The King of Doodles

The King of Doodles

Exterior Mural

Since studying art in Birmingham and graduating from Nottingham in 2001 he has become the iconic leading figure of the ‘doodle’ art style across the globe. His work has since been featured in international newspapers, books, magazines and blogs including The Guardian, BBC, Huffington Post and Creative Review. He’s also a Spurs fan which makes Paul and Kelly very happy.

Jon often uses humour within his work which we love (you know how we enjoy anything witty). His work consists of indoor/outdoor murals, toys, sculptures, clothing, public performances and prints.. so a whole bunch of random goodies. You can buy some of them over at www.burgerplex.com.

It's Burgerman's belief that through these playful, creative acts, art can act as an agent to change the world

Heroes of Burgertown

Heroes of Burgertown

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Now Jon lives in New York where he has developed his practice, taking on new exciting challenges and opportunities. As well as constantly creating, he attends exhibitions, universities and events around the world delivering lectures and running workshops where he encourages and inspires others that ‘#itsgreattocreate’!

If you want to follow the work of Jon Burgerman (why wouldn’t you?) check him out on TwitterInstagram or find out more on his website.

All images © Jon Burgerman

His work has since been featured in international newspapers, books, magazines and blogs

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