The Journey to Pineapple Punks

“The only way I use human traits in my work is with the Pineapple Punk. A visual I first drawn and painted back in 2012.” — Ludo

The Pineapple Punk’s debut was actually as a generative collection before NFTs even existed. The exhibition was called « Super Discount », an equally ironic and humorous extension to the Warhol Soup Can Series, representing the mass production and consumerism that has come to define modern times.

“I wanted to speak about over consummation leading to overproduction. Transformation and death of our planet for our own selfish pleasures. Each canvas was a take on the Warhol Soup Cans series but with my words; Campbell soup cans became Del Monte fruit cans with skulls.” — Ludo

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