Robert Babylon’s award winning erotic UV (blacklight) photographs are returning by popular demand to Sh! – aiming to brighten the dreary Winter days through November and December.
There will be a ‘Meet the Artist’ evening on Friday October 31st at Sh! in Hoxton from 18:00-20:00 (full address below). Halloween costume is not obligatory but it might be your chance to wear your fetish gear out without raising an eyebrow! Entry Free.
His unique images merge the 60s Pop Art style across the decades with underground rave culture wrapped in a surreal riot of neon colour. Heavily influenced by the Surrealist movement, Robert’s work combine traditional photographic skills with cutting edge digital manipulation.
Robert’s UV work is just one aspect of his skills. He is both a skilled portrait photographer and Photoshop retoucher with over 20 years’ professional experience. Robert’s photographs, both traditional and contemporary, are of the highest standard and bear the simple, bold graphic style and flawless finish that identifies a Robert Babylon image. Plenty of examples of his other work are available on his website www.robertbabylon.com.
For those wanting to turn themselves into a work of art, create or simply update their portfolios Robert offers a discreet service of the highest quality, specialising in glamour, fashion and as well as his better known erotic photography. He is available for commercial, advertising and editorial commissions and has studios in Hampshire and London.
Robert’s artwork, available in a range of price from Greetings Cards at £4 and Open Edition Prints at £25 are joined my his new “3 UV Bums” posters in their own sturdy carry home poster tube at £20.
Robert champions “Erotica for All” and is proud of his images overwhelming popularity with women of all sexualities.
Neon Heaven will be on show from 1st November – 31st December 2014, entry free during shop opening hours.
57 Hoxton Square,
+44 (0)7814 804394
1st November – 31st December 2014
Mon to Sun – 12:00-20:00
With a ‘Meet the Artist evening on Friday 31st October 18:00-20:00