Appearing like a robot, close on the heels of Mickey Mouse, is seemingly a good hand-held collectible or a lobby-sized sculpture, painted in myriad colors. The graffiti is definitely a sight for sore eyes! Serpentine tentacles, obscure head and half face painted in metallic gray as the other half shines in a riot of myriad silk and fuchsia vinyl paints, it is a piece of abstract art made of metal and perhaps reflects the same misogynist attitude that Chris Cunningham and Alex Twin shared in their video, Windowlicker, reducing the faces of women in white bathing suits into grotesque toothy figures.The artist’s ability lies in the appropriation of a familiar cartoon, which he nips a number of times until he develops his own agnostic piece of art. It is trendy to combine pop with mythologies these days, in an obscure piece of art where two worlds meet. Texted in bubble style, it is like a diary, a collage of film commentary containing background references and links to the source material and fan theories. A vast pool of content is generated out of this blustery sort of interpretation. It’s an utterly sagely sealed cross-referencing maneuver.
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