Controversial artist JJ Adam's work for sale in Images in Frames gallery, Wanstead

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Images in Frames will host the art of JJ Adams for just over a week. Images in Frames will host the art of JJ Adams for just over a week.

A controversial pop artist’s work is for sale in a gallery for nine days starting on Friday.

British artist JJ Adams’ art includes a tattooed Queen Elizabeth II for £345 and Kate Middleton sitting on a nuclear bomb for £375, and also scenes from films Pulp Fiction and Scarface.

Images in Frames, in High Street, Wanstead will be showcasing his art, which is influenced by Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Sir Peter Blake.

Adams uses a range of techniques, from spray paint to hand painting acrylics, screen printing, collage and digital matte painting as well as photography.

His art will be at the gallery from Friday to March 16, 10am to 5pm and it can be viewed at

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