Oli Fowler is a contemporary British artist whose wall art includes printmaking, illustration, photography, and photomontage. Before art was his day job he worked in retail but, disillusioned, he borrowed £1,000 from his grandad to teach himself how to screen print.
Fowler often experiments with the conventional techniques of screen printing, using tape and stickers to break down the composition. His art prints are recognisable from their use of collage scrap book style cut outs, photographed textures, solid spot colours and bold colour printing.
Fowler is also a teacher and technician, coaching novices and experienced screen printers alike at the Print Club London.