Ron English refers to his vivid and irreverent approach to the aesthetics of Pop Art as "Popaganda".
In his drawings, paintings and murals, the artist incorporates iconography from superhero comics, art history, advertising and politics.
The results are surreal reflections on high and low culture across the centuries.
English began creating art on the street; in the 1980s he participated in culture jamming (billboard alterations) with the Billboard Liberation Front.
He later received his MFA from the University of Texas.
Ron English has exhibited in London, Los Angeles and New York, among other cities.
In addition to his art and mural practices, English has produced album artwork for musicians such as the Dandy Warhols and Slash, illustrations for the documentary Super Size Me and a number of toy designs.
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