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Biography

Joe Webb is a full time artist, working with hand made collage and oil painting. Joe has a BA Fine Art degree from the UCA - University Of Creative Arts.

Webb reimagines found imagery using simple and concise edits to make thought provoking artworks. He tackles issues such as the environment, war, inequality - and questions our place in the universe asking us to become more aware, conscious and content.
Webb's work has become an online sensation with hundreds of thousands of people sharing his images on the internet. As well as going viral in the virtual world, Joe has exhibited and sold work internationally. His paintings, original collages and prints can be found in the Saatchi Gallery, 45 Park Lane and in the private collections of Coldplay, Eric Cantona and The Madden Brothers.
His artwork has been used on album covers for well known artists such as Tears For Fears and Janelle Monae, inspired a music video by Coldplay and been featured in advertising and on book covers.

He supports, with artwork donations, charities such as The Eden Project, Heart Research UK and the The Big Issue.

Joe lives and works in the UK.

_“Joe navigates a rich landscape with grace and humor, making nice with many recognizable visual pastimes. He plays them against each other in a way that puts different eras in dialogue, allowing characters to travel far from their 50’s Home Gardening Magazine roots to the far cosmos. He flirts with the themes of nostalgia and loss but ultimately composes lighthearted images
that are in dialogue with today’s sampling culture, collapsing and hacking together sources from across the universe in fun and rudely jacked up color schemes.”_

— Wangechi Mutu, internationally acclaimed artist
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