Jiro Osuga was born in Japan, he studied fine art at St Martins,
Chelsea and the Royal College of Art, he has lived in the UK for
over 30 years.
Osuga casts a critical eye over every aspect of contemporary life
- from manhole covers to museums, cafes and train stations. The
results are often humorous and exuberant. Recent exhibitions
include: Queens Terrace Café, Japanese Embassy Piccadilly,
Streatham Festival and has work in the Museum of London and the
Royal College of art.