Rob Lowe, also known as Supermundane, is an artist, graphic designer, typographer, illustrator and writer with over 20 years experience in the creative industry. His signature mesmeric drawings have been published and exhibited worldwide. In 2012 he debut a new direction of pure line and colour, exploring depth, movement and optical effects.
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 simplicity which can be seen through all his different disciplines from typeface design to his personal works.
He lives and works in London.
Commercial clients include:
Arts Council England, Apple, V&A, *Wallpaper, Nokia, Orange, Penguin, NYC, Liberty, HP, the Guardian.
Magazine Art Direction:
Fire & Knives, Anorak, Little White Lies, Cagoule, Good for Nothing, Sleazenation.
AIGA, Designboom, Coolhunter, It’s Nice That, Gratuitous Type, Creative Review, Eye, IdN, Forum, Elephant, Blueprint, Grafik.
“Hyper-detailed, hyper-rewarding works.”
It’s Nice That
Solo / Joint Shows
Signs & Symbols
Book Club, London 2015
Here & There
No Walls, Brighton 2014
Beach London, 2014
Lomography Gallery, London 2013
Kemistry Gallery, London 2012
125 Covent Garden Pop Up Gallery, London 2010
Giant Robot, New York 2009 (joint show)
Try Hard Err
Concrete Hermit, London 2008 (joint show)
London 2007 (joint show)
Word + Pictures
Beyond the Valley London 2006
Analogue Gallery, Edinburgh Scotland 2006
Sea Gallery, London 2004
Birds, Beast & Beards
Filler Gallery, Northampton 2004