Since the mid-nineties Jem Panufnik has been right at the cutting edge of underground art culture, most notably with Finger Lickin’ Records, the internationally acclaimed dance music label he co-founded and which for over a decade acted as a springboard for his creativity ranging from graphics, illustration and animation to DJing, composition and record production.
Jem’s visual creations continue to adorn countless record covers, t-shirts, club and festival projections across the world, as well as posters, flyers and other music-related media, many of which are now extremely collectable. Much of Jem’s music-related graphics and videos, alongside his musical exploits as producer/DJ Jem Stone, Soul of Man and Bush Doctors can be seen on his main website JemPanufnik.com
More recently Jem has been exhibiting paintings, prints and sculptures in successful shows both in London and San Francisco, where his new “Corrupted Pleasures” series amongst other pieces have gained him a new legion of fans. In 2016 two of Jem’s pieces were shortlisted for inclusion in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.