Rob Lowe, also known as Supermundane, is a graphic artist with over 20 years experience in the creative industry. His signature geometric images, that play with line, colour and optical effects, have been published and exhibited worldwide.

He has been responsible for designing some of the most groundbreaking independent magazines of the last decade including the alternative children’s magazine Anorak and the award-winning food quarterly Fire & Knives.

His practice is defined by a distinctive use of colour, line and typography which can be seen through all his different disciplines from commercial commissions to his personal works.

He lives and works on Havelock Walk, an artists’ community in South East London.

Site specific commissions include:

Leeds train station, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Unlimited, Dolby Sound, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen.

Commercial clients include:

Arts Council England, Apple, V&A, *Wallpaper, Penguin, NYC, Liberty, HP,  the Guardian.

Magazine Art Direction:

Fire & Knives, Anorak, Little White Lies, Cagoule, Good for Nothing, Sleazenation.

Selected Press:

AIGA, Designboom, Coolhunter, It’s Nice That, Gratuitous Type, Creative Review, Eye, IdN, Forum, Elephant, Blueprint, Grafik.

 

 

Selected Exhibitions:

Solo / Joint Shows

Motif
Hasselt, Belgium (Group Outdoor Show) 2017

Different Strikes
WAG Gallery, Tokyo (joint show) 2017

Super Super Supermundane
Unlimited, Brighton UK 2016

Everything Connects
Outline Editions, London 2016

She Lights Up The Night
Protein, London 2016

Signs & Symbols
Book Club, London 2015

Here & There
No Walls, Brighton 2014

Stupid Nature
Beach London, 2014

Super Alpha
Lomography Gallery, London 2013

Details
Kemistry Gallery, London 2012

125
125 Covent Garden Pop Up Gallery, London 2010

Vast Happenings
Giant Robot, New York 2009 (joint show)

Try Hard Err
Concrete Hermit, London 2008 (joint show)

Magic Happens
London 2007 (joint show)

Word + Pictures
Beyond the Valley London 2006

New Drawings
Analogue Gallery, Edinburgh Scotland 2006

New Drawings
Sea Gallery, London 2004

Birds, Beast & Beards
Filler Gallery, Northampton 2004