Josh Gluckstein is a London-based artist. His medium of choice is recycled cardboard and he uses it to create unique artworks that make your walls look fabulous. It is his passion for animals, that creates these beautiful pieces for us.
Environmentally responsible, London artist Josh Gluckstein has made a name for himself by combining recycled materials and pop culture with an art form that he calls anthropomorphic.
He uses recycled materials to create his paintings
Josh Gluckstein is a textile artist and designer who works across many media, exploring themes of identity and the web of relationships between people, animals, objects, and landscapes. He uses recycled materials to create his paintings, inspired by his warm relationship with London’s graffiti/street art community.
“As a London-based Artist and Maker, I’ve always enjoyed creating. My work is inspired by natural materials and the beauty of life.”
After traveling extensively in India throughout the last year, Josh Gluckstein’s experience of the country and its people has left an indelible mark on his heart and mind. Inspired by their culture and beauty, it is no surprise that Josh would want to create a body of work to capture their many expressive details. The end result is a collection of four paintings reflecting his incredible experiences.
Josh Gluckstein has over 15 years of experience in the arts and works as an artist and illustrator.
Josh Gluckstein has over 15 years of experience in the arts and works as an artist and illustrator. His art has been exhibited throughout the UK, and he has also exhibited internationally in Manila, Japan, and throughout the US. Josh is also an internationally published wildlife artist specializing in wildlife portraiture and anatomical studies as well as wildlife documentary illustrations for clients such as Discovery Channel and National Geographic Adventure Magazine.
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