Alex weaver is an emerging hyperrealist who has been described as a post-pop figurative narrator. Using vibrant colours, powerful narrative and carefully chosen words, Alex explores his fascination with modern history and contemporary media and their relationship with the art of today and tomorrow. His bold statement pieces ask how our current cultural touchstones and their presentation through art will be regarded by future generations, and what this will tell them about the 20th and early 21st centuries. In his most recent collection Alex looks at female figures - from fanciful illustrations on the cover of a 1940s noir thriller or a 1960s advertising poster, to Wonder Woman or Madonna and links them to a narrative concept, often summed up in a line from a film or song. His message may be about any number of contemporary issues, from our obsession with money or material things to the ever-increasing impact of powerful and successful women in the modern world.