As a young visual artist, Abraha Pingol has spent most of his time absorbing pop culture. Through social media and the internet age, Abraham has been able to observe the way humans produce and consume new things in a more entertaining way.
His works for “Once Upon a Dream” are heavily referenced with pop culture and mainstream art, but also manipulated through his own artistic style. Taking advantage of his educational background in Fine Arts, Abraham often flips through his books to collect source material for imagery and form that pique his interest.
The artworks serve as anchor points that allow Abraham to seamlessly integrate elements of all the cultures he has assimilated throughout his discoveries. The artist believes that in borrowing existing imagery or even elements of it, the concluding output allows the viewer to renegotiate the meaning of the original in a different, more relevant and more current context.
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