It also includes a new painting of Princess Diana - all in a distinctive style influenced by Jamie Reid who designed record covers for punk pioneers the Sex Pistols.
Sloper, 56, who worked in the music business with bands including the Police and Frankie Goes to Hollywood, said: “My art punk Queens are beautifully constructed with sparkling jewels, newspaper headlines and the fabulous HRH Elizabeth II looking splendid and regal, but of course retaining a little punky attitude.
“It’s my homage to punk – not only the way we looked, but the way we thought and treated others. A little bit of Shepherd’s Bush punk ghetto is illuminating walls globally. “The Art of Chaos is straight out of my studio to 40 galleries nationwide, the pressure is on… but hey its all selling.”
His work is at the prestigious Sloane Square gallery until October 17.