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The first Pineapple Punk was drawn a decade ago during Ludo’s search for a symbol to represent humans in special stories they were meant to be a part of. The Punk debuted as the centerpiece of Ludo’s « Super Discount » exhibition, a fruit-skull twist on Warhol’s Cambell’s Soup Cans. Over the years it has become a Ludo archetype, appearing in paintings, sculptures, and street art as both independent Punk varieties and integrated parts of other biotechnological chimeras. A modern testament to the 16th-century vanitas style, the Punks are a take on consumerism—asking us to ponder the meaning of pursuit and material possessions during an ever- fleeting life of transience. To this day it remains the only use of human traits in any Ludo work.




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