Youngerman's work can be seen on all variety of merchandise in 2015 from cushions and cards to prints and tableware. The originals on canvas are available from London Art. Prints are available online in the UK and North America.
Drawing from a palette of art styles most obviously Roy Lichtenstein, Warhol, Pollock, Banksy and Blake, influenced by everything from comic books to advertising slogans, classic functional design to artistic follies, Youngerman’s work encompasses memorable bold word art and cartoon style paintings as well as the modern super pop art portraits on canvas, ‘Super Pop’ - updated pop art with delightfully suggestive text normally not associated with the genre.
He says: 'I am obsessed with the idea of the written word as art.
'I like to use bold colours and simple imagery to make apparently innocuous statements when placed with others create striking statements and fascinating artwork.'
His first London exhibition in 2009 was alongside Sir Peter Blake, Tracey Emin, David Nash and others. In December 2010 Youngerman's work was part of a two-artist show in Nottingham.