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JON BURGERMAN: Earthlings, 2024

JON BURGERMAN: Earthlings, 2024

18-colour silk screen print 

80 x 60 cm (31.4 x 23.6 in)

Signed and numbered by the artist

In support of GREENPEACE

Accompanied by a certificate by Always Art


Available for 48 hours only:

13 February - 15 February

6pm - 6pm GMT

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Astropack 320 gsm, 100% virgin cellulose, bleached by an elemental chlorine-free process, and sourced from responsibly managed forests. 

About the release

Each edition is unique.

Due to the handmade printing process, final prints might differ slightly from the photo shown.

Editions are allocated randomly. The Image and exact kind of hand-finish or figures can't be chosen.

All editions are made to order and then signed and hand-finished for you by the artist after the sale ends. Therefore please allow delivery to take up to 4-8 weeks.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping is calculated at checkout.

Editions are produced and shipped from the UK.

Each artwork will be produced, hand-finished and signed specifically for each client and therefore is not eligible for return.

Editions are numbered randomly.

Delivery time is 4-8 weeks.

Shipping fees and custom duties are the responsibility of the buyer.

Resale disclaimer

With the purchase of the edition you agree to retain from reselling the print for 6 months from the date of the transaction.

Payment options

We accept payment via American Express, Diners Club, Mastercard, Maestro, Visa, Discover, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Union Pay, Paypal, Shop and Klarna. 

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JON BURGERMAN for Greenpeace

We are pleased to announce Jon Burgerman's timed release in support of Greenpeace.


Jon Burgerman (b. 1979 UK) is a New York-based British artist whose works have been acquired by prestigious public collections such as London's Victoria and Albert Museum and the OÖ-Kultur museum in Linz, Austria. His art has been described as “bright, and intuitive, focused on the visceral energy of play as a tenet of communication” (Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, July 2021). In recent years he has exhibited at WOAW Gallery (Hong Kong), Chengdu Times Art Museum (China), MISA Art fair Berlin and Cologne, Ojiri Gallery (London), L21 Gallery (Spain), Dopeness Art Lab (Taipei) and Jane Lombard Gallery (New York).

Burgerman’s highly distinctive fuzzy-edged characters epitomise the paradoxes of contemporary life. Their seemingly simple googly eyes betray a range of emotional complexities and anxieties, with comically distressed expressions and collapsing forms underlined by titles such as Xanax, Dualist, Lexapro and Chameleon (2022).

Expressing creativity and having fun is key to Burgerman’s practice. It's his belief that simple creative acts can allow people to change not only their world but the world around them.

Burgerman's artistic influences include early 20th century animation, Abstract Expressionism, the CoBrA movement, Art Brut and Pop Art. He encourages the viewer to look at the world in new and unexpected ways. It's his belief that simple creative acts can allow people to change not only their world but the world around them.


Greenpeace is a movement of people who are passionate about defending the natural world from destruction. Their vision is a greener, healthier and more peaceful planet, one that can sustain life for generations to come. 

They are independent and don’t accept any funding from governments, corporations or political parties – their work is funded by the people. This means freedom to confront governments and corporations responsible for the destruction of the natural world and push for real change. 

Climate change is rapidly accelerating and we are feeling the effects of it ever more – in the changes to our air, sea levels and more extreme weather events. The need to act to protect our planet has never been so urgent, yet governments and corporations are still dragging their feet. Greenpeace's mission is to promote radical changes and new solutions to the ways we live on this planet.

Your donation will be fighting climate change and the destruction of nature by keeping fossil fuels in the ground, keeping the forests standing and the oceans healthy. We can't do it without you, so thank you.


Support Greenpeace by getting yourself a beautiful screen-print by Jon Burgerman.

Only 10 available, each one unique!


13 February

6pm GMT

1pm EST


Please help us with this important cause. Thank you very much!