These last few years I’ve been very interested in the work of Pop Surrealists and the underground art world. Sometimes it’s called “lowbrow” or “junk” art, but that term greatly undervalues the talent and pure emotion that is poured into the creative works of this movement. I’m not saying that I understand every piece of that comes along, but much of what comes out of the underground art world deals with the anxieties, depressions, and the pop-culture saturated world that I grew up with. A great example of this, that I’ve recently came across, is the work of Luke Chueh.

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