JJ Adams is a new media and mixed media artist from South West England and Cape Town, South Africa currently living and working in South London.
"JJ Adams is the Frank Zappa of the UK Fine Art scene. I no longer walk past a gallery without looking in, he's taken icons and buildings we know so well and added a drop of his own brand of LSD".
Featured in Vogue & GQ and having worked alongside clients like Rolls Royce and Bang & Olufsen, JJ Adams is rapidly becoming one of the UK's most talked about and collectible artists. He is bold and confident in style often completely transforming celebrity images or iconic landmarks with his own inimitable edge and blurring the lines between new media, pop, fine art, digital art and photography.
Outside of his gallery work, JJ has also curated and designed interiors and artworks for two central London restaurants and bars and has also been involved in raising money for many UK charities through the sale of his artwork. In 2014 a small 30x30cm painting sold at auction raising over £5000 for the Willow Foundation and in 2016 he raised over £3000 for the British Liver Trust when he released a portrait of David Bowie.