Born in 1976, Jahan Loh (羅傑瀚) forayed into street art in the early '90s. Since then, his aesthetics have evolved into an amalgamation of street and contemporary art. From neo-pop girls to intergalactic heroes, cape crusaders to dragon chasers, Jahan Loh's world of graphic marvels is replete with popular imagery, acid-washed dreamscapes and cryptic word play. An artist of many labels, an agent of counter culture, Loh's visual language places him at the cultural crosshairs of the east and west, and of fine art and street art.
Acknowledged as one of the key artists which has made Singapore POP art international, Jahan was selected for 8Q-RATE, the opening exhibition of Singapore's 8Q museum in 2008. His works have been featured in art exhibitions all over the world, in cities such as New York, Glasgow, Melbourne, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and in China for its first street art showcase in Beijing. When he's not in his studio painting, he can be found leaving his mark across different mediums around the globe, extending his art onto products.