Lhouette was born and raised in Luton, Bedfordshire, where he demonstrated early promise in the arts.

Despite receiving high praise from his teachers and peer group, he surprised many by joining the Royal Navy on leaving school. Five years and twenty- one countries later, Lhouette returned to the UK, inspired and refreshed by the diverse cultures he had encountered.

Lhouette wasted no time in establishing himself as a creative force to be reckoned with. Within four years he had founded a high street art studio and exhibition space and achieved a post- graduate diploma in the arts from Birkbeck College, whilst simultaneously forging a name for himself on the contemporary art scene as an exceptionally skilled and innovative artist.

Lhouette’s mixed media artworks are instantly recognizable by their vibrant colours schemes and trademark stripes, layering areas of intense detail through the use of spray paint and stenciling. Despite evident urban influences and references to pop culture, Lhouette’s style refuses to be defined, continuing to develop and evolve with astonishing momentum.

His sell- out debut solo exhibition and nomination for the Fine Art Trade Guild’s ‘Best Up and Coming Artist’ award in 2014 caused many critics to recognize his work as a promising investment and solidifying his reputation as one of today’s most innovative artists.

With much of his career yet ahead of him, Lhouette is without a doubt the most exciting figure on today’s art scene; a young artist whose potential knows no limits.

An Original painting by Urban Artist Lhouette using aerosol and acrylic on wooden panel, coated in Kölner varnish.

The piece is set in a double tier frame; a white matte inner tray and black matte extra deep outer tray.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

Canvas size: 65.5x80cm

2018

Original

Framed size: 79x94cm

‘Martyrdom’ is an original piece of art using acrylic & aerosol on reclaimed wooden cable drum reel top finished in Kolner Varnish by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

Canvas size: 79cm diameter
Price: £4000

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2018

‘Pop Parts Green’ is an original piece of art using Acrylic, aerosol, and high gloss resin by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

Canvas size: 20x106cm

Framed size: 33x119cm

Price: £2300

Set in a double tier frame – white matte inner tray, white matte outer tray.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2018

‘Pop Parts Pink’ is an original piece of art using aerosol and acrylic on a up-cycled fork lift pallet by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

Canvas size: 20x106cm

Framed size: 33x119cm

Price: £2300

Set in a double tier frame – white matte inner tray, white matte outer tray.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2018

‘Pop Parts Blue’ is an original piece of art using Acrylic, aerosol, and high gloss resin by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

Canvas size: 20x106cm

Framed size: 33x119cm

Price: £2300

Set in a double tier frame – white matte inner tray, white matte outer tray.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2018

An Original painting by Urban Artist Lhouette using aerosol and acrylic on wooden panel, coated in Kölner varnish.

The piece is set in a double tier frame; a white matte inner tray and black matte extra deep outer tray.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

Canvas size: 61x80cm

2018

Original

Framed size: 75x94cm

‘Pop Pallet Eeyore’ is an original piece of art using aerosol and acrylic on a up-cycled fork lift pallet by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

Canvas size: 65x100cm

Framed in a double white matt box tray.

2018

Framed size: 85x120cm

‘Pop Pallet Pikachu’ is an original piece of art using aerosol and acrylic on a up-cycled fork lift pallet by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

Canvas size: 65x100cm

Framed in a double white matt box tray.

 

2018

Framed size: 85x120cm

Low numbered boutique limited edition prints (edition size each: 29 with 5 artist proofs).

Heavy collaged multi layer paper print hand embellished with aerosol & acrylic finished with lacquer and diamond dust.

The print is floated on double thick polar white mount board. Set in a deep black matte box frame with inner white skirting, glazed with UV protected art glass.

Print size: 600 x 970mm

To view the other piece click here…http://interiorangle.co.uk/paintings/beautiful-species-blue/

2018

Hand Finished Series on Paper

Framed size: 790 x 1155mm

Low numbered boutique limited edition prints (edition size each: 29 with 5 artist proofs).

Heavy collaged multi layer paper print hand embellished with aerosol & acrylic finished with lacquer and diamond dust.

The print is floated on double thick polar white mount board. Set in a deep black matte box frame with inner white skirting, glazed with UV protected art glass.

Print size: 600 x 970mm

To view the other piece click here…http://interiorangle.co.uk/paintings/beautiful-species-pink/

2018

Hand Finished Series on Paper

Framed size: 790 x 1155mm

‘Strike Opposed’ is the latest Limited Edition Release from Lhouette

Strike Opposed is from an edition of just 20. It is a hand-collaged piece, on heavy paper, embellished with aerosol and diamond dust. The prints are float-mounted on double thick white mount, within deep matt-black box-frames with white inner-frame.

Strike Opposed is the second boutique print edition to be published by Lhouette’s recently set-up, independent studio.

2017

Limited Edition

79x137cm

‘Emergency Credit’ is a stunning Limited Edition Print by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

This piece of art has been hand collaged and embellished with aerosol and diamond dust. Set in hand painted frames (each unique in colour) with 24 carat gold gilded inner trays

It comes from an edition of 20 (with 5 Artist Proofs) and is signed & numbered by the artist.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2017

Limited Edition

98x54cm FRAMED 116x71cm

‘Bentley’ is a stunning Limited Edition Print by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

This piece of art has been hand embellished with Diamond Dust, comes from an edition of 10 and is signed & numbered by the artist.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2016

Limited Edition Print

100x100cm

‘Texeco’ is a stunning Limited Edition Print by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

This piece of art has been hand embellished with Diamond Dust, comes from an edition of 10 and is signed & numbered by the artist.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2016

Limited Edition Print

100x100cm

‘Murphy’s Law’ is an original piece of art using aerosol, acrylic and stencils on a conditioned fork lift pallet by Urban Artist, Lhouette.

Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban street art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a concept the artist describes as “Post Urban Glamour”.

Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

‘My techniques originate from self-taught graphic design & stencil practices. I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer that I had acquired…the work was beautifully raw! I try to retain that essence as the work continues to develop’. – Lhouette

2016

Original Art

120x120cm