OFFSPRING Artist Series, Bromley


This summer sees the launch of the ‘Offspring Artist Series’ in the Bromley store located in the town’s main shopping district. The Offspring Artist Series looks to showcase and support up and coming talent by donating the back wall of the store to artists to take over with a bespoke piece.

Confirmed artists are John Greene, Neha Morjaria and Nikill who will each be bringing their unique and differing styles to the store in August, September and October.

The artists will be painting live throughout each launch day, join us to see their progress and from 6pm enjoy a beverage.

Launch: 10th August, John Greene

Launch: 7th September, Neha Morjaria

Launch: 12th October, Nikill

Where: Offspring Bromley, 155 High Street, Bromley, BR1 1JD


 John Greene




Neha Morjaria


John Greene – born in 1985, graduated MA Fine Art from Central St Martins in 2009, lives and works in London, UK – is a interdisciplinary artist whose practice is based on the notions of social narrative and the notion of the spectator as collaborator. John uses more traditional methods of image making such as drawing and painting and presents them as an installation of different components questioning the nature of contemporary image making. The work is made to create a social dialogue between the artwork and the spectator. Within this the artist playfully analyses notions of the contemporary and the iconic, often deconstructing media created norms to analyse every message in the image.

Neha Morjaria is a London based Contemporary artist who has been painting for over 10 years. Inspired by bold abstraction and colour, Neha’s blend of stencil and textural art combines her passion for graffiti-style methods with modern painting techniques. She studied Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Art and used her creativity to work within the Fashion and Make-Up industry, before settling into more bespoke painting. Neha now uses her interest in the Fashion industry to define her confident style. Her work has been shown in various solo and group exhibitions across London and has been described as ‘A colourful world on a canvas’.

Nikill – For all you need to know about Nikill and see some of his work, visit;


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