Jake Clark (b. 1985 in Melbourne, Australia) is a sculptor, ceramicist, and painter whose work examines our relationship to contemporary culture and iconography. Clark’s work is rich in historic and artistic references, from Grecian urns and funerary vessels to the work of artists such as David Hockney and Keith Haring. Taking inspiration from the world around him, Clark’s work captures the current moment through its reinterpretation of signs, product branding, and logos. His visual sources extend to supermarkets, restaurant menus, advertisements and visuals such as a street signs and local businesses. Clark’s work has been widely exhibited internationally and featured by a number of publications including Broadsheet.