See subversive artworks painted onto McDonalds wrappers and Valium packets

Ben Frost's pop-art-meet-packaging works are coming to the No Walls gallery in Brighton. See what's on show here.


Ben Frost's artworks are as crude and effective as the advertising methods they are based on.

His work sees pop art portraits placed onto fast food, cereal and pharmaceutical packaging – with the contrast between those bold forms drilling home the message that the pleasure or relief offered by purchasing and consuming what's inside is unlikely to be realised.

Ben's Supermarket Sweep show is appearing at the No Walls gallery in Brigton, which has recently seen shows from Hattie Stewart and Ollie Munden. It runs from Augst 2-23.

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Image: Fast Love

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