Saturday, 14 November 2009

NoBrow Issue 2: Jungle

I'm in the brand new issue of NoBrow! It's available to buy at various outlets including The Tate, Magma book shop, Gosh and Dave's Comics in Brighton (for anyone who lives back in my home town) or alternatively you can buy it online at

The theme was 'The jungle'. I decided to use the body modification that indigenous rain forest tribes have used on my own face.

Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Adventures in the Beetroot Field.

Recently I've been working on some promotional imagery for AITBF (London based booking/club nights, festivals) They asked me to create a family of 'twisted individuals'. Here's some of what I came up with.

Monday, 29 June 2009

Addition to Super Superficial Wall

This is now part of a Victorian style mantel piece wall illustration I've recently finished on the walls of SSF Covent Garden. This image went inside a frame above an illustrated fireplace. Photos coming soon..

Check out Super Superficial, 22 Earlham Street, Covent Garden.

Tuesday, 21 April 2009


Observational drawings from pigs heads for Butchered in the bath,
a story from I Married a Toyboy Convict.

Super Superficial Wall work

I have an on going project at Super superficial, Covent Garden, to transform the
store into an illustrated Victorian (ish) family living room.

Watch this space for its development...

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Wallpaper* Review

The people at Wallpaper* Magazine/website were nice enough to come along down to my
exhibition at Gallery 7, Covent Garden.

I'm really happy with what they said.

"..With an inaugural exhibition of work from Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy – an illustrator awarded the coveted D&Ad Best New Blood award last year – Gallery 7 is setting itself a high standard to sustain.

Pomeroy’s work is dark to the point of downright ghoulishness .
she adopts arbitrary snippits from low-rent weeklies and adapts them to her own rather grisly designs. Comic, irreverent and technically mesmerising, Pomeroy’s illustrations offer a delicate glimpse into her left-of-centre outlook on life."

Tuesday, 3 March 2009


An exhibition of my work will be held in the gallery at Super Superficial, Covent Garden.

Here's what had to say..

"Clothing company Super Superficial is opening a new illustration gallery in Covent Garden, London WC2.
The gallery, which will open on 3 April, will be in the basement of the Super Superficial shop at 22 Earlham Street.

Super Superficial collaborates with artists and designers on a shared-profit basis to produce limited-edition clothes.
Super Superficial’s David Kay says, ‘When we opened the store we always had the idea of putting a gallery in the basement.’
Kay says the gallery design and show curating will be by Super Superficial, and the first show will be I Married a Toyboy Convict, by Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy, who recently won the D&AD Best New Blood Award.
The show draws inspiration from real-life stories published in weekly women’s magazines.
Kay says the gallery will host shows from a mixture of up-and-coming and more established illustrators, with exhibitions from Hannah Melin and Matt Johnstone already planned."

Sunday, 1 March 2009

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Weird videos on youtube...

Inspired me to draw these from my head at work..

Thursday, 8 January 2009

Doodles at work

Here are a few drawings i've done when i've been bored. Most are based on photos or articles i' ve found in magazines and the Metro. The one of the woman with tattoos is from Russian Criminal tattoos.

My photo
Louise is an illustrator based in London. After graduating from Kingston University, Louise went on to win a D&AD New Blood award for her book of illustrated shorts 'I Married a Toyboy Convict'. Recent clients include Random House, No Brow, Super Superficial and Suzuki Motoden. Contacts: (preffered email adress) All work Copyright of LOUISE ZERGAENG POMEROY


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