Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine,io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images.