London metal Exchange (LME) is a London-based exchange of metal works, ranging from rare and collectible pieces to high-quality metal prints and prints of the best artwork available.
Since its inception in 2011, the exchange has seen an explosion in demand from the UK’s burgeoning metal scene, which has seen many of its founders die in recent years.
But the metal exchange’s popularity is growing rapidly.
In 2017, LME saw a surge of demand for metal works that were not necessarily the most popular metalworks but could be considered a tribute to the metal culture, such as a metal wall art, metal collage or metal sculpture.
Here are some of the most famous metalworks from the past decade.
LME’s website is home to hundreds of unique works from around the world, including works from artists including Marilyn Manson, Giorgio Moroder, The Doors, Death Grips, Pavement, Slayer and The Black Keys.
Lmes most famous piece is its metal wall piece, the “Metal Wall,” which was created by the likes of the British artist Chris Hecker, who was born in England and lived in London.
The metal wall, which measures 13 metres by 6.8 metres (42 by 20 feet), is a tribute and homage to metal culture.
“The artwork is a portrait of a band that is a part of metal, a band who is a fan of metal,” Hecker told Al Jazeera.
“I’m not making a political statement about metal or any other metal music.
I’m making a statement that a metal band can be anything that people love.”
Hecker said the piece had become a “cultural touchstone” and that it was an “icon” for the metal scene in London and across the world.
“It’s not just a wall that stands in a place where metal is, it’s a symbol that stands for everything that metal is and everything that it stands for in a community,” he said.
Lme has also seen its popularity soar in the past few years.
In March 2017, the London-born artist Johnathan Bevan was awarded a LME Gold medal at the event in which the most creative, artistic and influential artists were recognised.
Bevan, who is from the United Kingdom, created the “Blue Moon” piece, which was the inspiration for the piece, and the “Waves of Gold” piece.
“Wings of Gold and Blue Moon have been hugely popular for the last few years, especially in the United States and Australia,” Bevan told Aljazeera.
“But I think that Blue Moon, it has a really strong, emotional resonance with me, I think people are just drawn to it.
It doesn’t take away from anything else, it just adds to it.” “
They are both very personal pieces.
It doesn’t take away from anything else, it just adds to it.”
LME has also recently seen a boom in the popularity of the “Cherry” metal sculpture, which is an homage to the British band The Cure.
The sculpture, a two-metre (10-foot) high bronze statue that sits on a stone platform, depicts a female figure with a cherubic face and an open-mouthed smile, which reflects the Cure’s style of rock music.
Lメs “Cake” wall art was designed by the London artist Daniel Dezembert, who first created the work in 2011.
The work, which can be seen on the LME website, is also an homage of the popular band The Who, which began as a group of four members in 1979 and has had a string of top-ten singles in the UK and the US, including “I Wanna Be Your Dog,” “A Day in the Life” and “She Loves You.”
“I love to see art that can be an extension of the music itself,” Dezmbert told Aljeaediah.
“You can do things that are very literal but still have a sense of the history and the feeling that is going on.
That’s what I like to do.”
Dezemter told Alijaediah that the work, while inspired by the band, is meant to represent both The Cure and LME.
“When we put it together, we realised that there are a lot of people who love The Cure but also have a very different take on them.
I think there’s a lot more diversity than just one or two artists.”
The art is on display in London’s Hyde Park, and in 2017, it was chosen as a Best of London in the Royal Society of Art’s London City Awards.
Dezemer told Aljaediah about the importance of creating works that reflect the “beauty” of the city.
“We have a lot going on in London that’s amazing.
We have the amazing new street art that’s coming in.
We’re seeing the change in our city.
We’ve got this new wave of artists and artists are coming