Loui Jover (born April 1967) is an Australian painter and artist.
Loui Jover is known for his artwork which focuses on Ink Wash Paintings superimposed with old newspaper samples. Jover started his work on art in his childhood, but did not start public art until 1989, when he joined the Australian army as an illustrator, in order to make posters. Via : wikipedia
“I paint, I draw, and I do it everyday.” Loui Jover
“Art……….Cartoon…………Thought “Right now I like making ink drawings on adhered together sheets of vintage book paper, there is a fragility to these images that I find interesting (as if the wind may blow them away at any moment) and the hand drawn stark black lines against the intricate printed words of the book pages offer a strange fusion and depth that seems to give the images a kind of ‘meaning’ and back story, even though unconnected in a contrived way. I never pick the image for the pages or visa-versa they just collide as chance permits, any meaning they may have is purely created by the observer and their own imaginings.” I have drawn since childhood and as other children stop at some point in their development i never did. I draw obsessively every single day filling books with ideas, cartoons and drawings. So my drawing abilities seem to have developed in natural progression giving me the ability to freely use a number of distinct styles and approaches. I have formally studied commercial and graphic art and hold an advanced certificate in visual communication”. Loui Jover