Joe Sorren

Joe Sorren (born 1970, Chicago) is an American conceptualist lowbrow artist.
Sorren grew up in Arizona and began painting in 1991. Two years later he earned a BFA from Northern Arizona University. His artwork has appeared in various publications, including The New Yorker, Time and Rolling Stone. Warner Bros. and Atlantic Records have also used his art; he created the cover for the Tweaker album The Attraction to All Things Uncertain and "2 a.m. Wakeup Call."[1]
His first solo exhibit was in 1995, in 2010 he is preparing for his first museum retrospective in November. He is known for inspiring a modern genre of artists. A mural of his adorns an outdoor wall at Heritage Square in Flagstaff, Arizona. The 40 feet (12 m) by 30 feet (9 m) painting took 9 months to complete.[1]
He is represented by AFA Gallery (currently located in NYC, New Orleans, Las Vegas and Belcastle in France).