Australian artist Ben Frost presents irreverent Pop Art paintings, prints and merchandise (such as pillows, T-shirts, and more) that satirize contemporary consumer culture. The artist redesigns prescription drug packaging with images of known cartoon characters and overlays familiar iconography with movie-villains. Subverting meaning and messages from the mainstream media, Frost’s commentary on advertising is both confronting and controversial. 

The Australian artist has exhibited in London, New York, Sydney, Los Angeles, Toronto, Singapore, Berlin, Miami, Torino, Bangkok and San Francisco. His work has featured extensively across countless media institutions such as the BBC, Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Juxtapoz and Adbusters.

He collaborated also with Jeremy Scott to produce a Moschino Fall/Winter Capsule Collection 2018, launching at Milan Fashion Week, and partnering with Carolina Herrera for a limited edition release of her ‘212 Pop!’ fragrance.

Ben Frost is currently based in Melbourne, Australia, where he shares a studio with his fashion designer partner, Nixi Killick.