WHO IS
JACK LONDON

I’m interested in the relationships between cultures and objects. I enjoy creating controversial art pieces that draw real emotion from people, I want people to either love or hate my work, no in-between. I work with resin and ceramics to bring my 2D designs to life. In 2017 I started the shoeuzi project. A visual representation of high end commercial brands exploitation of urban street culture, and the unstable environment it creates. The more expensive, rare and hyped a product is, the more people will do to get it.

It’s insane to think people rob each other for their shoes, and that multimillion-dollar underground operations exist producing replicas and fakes of a product that the manufacturers have the ability to make more widely available and cheaper themselves.

WHO IS
JACK LONDON

I’m interested in the relationships between cultures and objects. I enjoy creating controversial art pieces that draw real emotion from people, I want people to either love or hate my work, no in-between. I work with resin and ceramics to bring my 2D designs to life. In 2017 I started the shoeuzi project. A visual representation of high end commercial brands exploitation of urban street culture, and the unstable environment it creates. The more expensive, rare and hyped a product is, the more people will do to get it.

It’s insane to think people rob each other for their shoes, and that multimillion-dollar underground operations exist producing replicas and fakes of a product that the manufacturers have the ability to make more widely available and cheaper themselves.

WHO IS
JACK LONDON

I’m interested in the relationships between cultures and objects. I enjoy creating controversial art pieces that draw real emotion from people, I want people to either love or hate my work, no in-between. I work with resin and ceramics to bring my 2D designs to life. In 2017 I started the shoeuzi project. A visual representation of high end commercial brands exploitation of urban street culture, and the unstable environment it creates. The more expensive, rare and hyped a product is, the more people will do to get it.

It’s insane to think people rob each other for their shoes, and that multimillion-dollar underground operations exist producing replicas and fakes of a product that the manufacturers have the ability to make more widely available and cheaper themselves.