Heath Kane is a UK-based, Australian contemporary artist. His work is known for evoking a dialogue that encourages social change. Heath's collections centre around narratives that are subversive, as well as politically and socially motivated.
Heath is synonymous with creating bold, striking, often lurid art. His approach to art has always been driven by the practice of design thinking: combining his commercial art experience with the origins of pop art. He focuses on creating simple, iconic and memorable pieces.
Heath has collaborated with Wired Magazine, Saatchi Art and Adidas and has recently worked with Penguin Books to make the last published covers of George Orwell's most famous books. Heath shows his work in galleries and solo shows both in the UK and worldwide.
"I have always been fascinated by the world around me: particularly where life, art and storytelling collide. I make art in response to what I see happening in the world. I want to challenge the conventions of our lifestyles and the world we live in today.” – Heath Kane