Influenced by painters such as Joaquin Sorolla and Salvador Dali, both can be seen to influence Pancho’s unmistakable style being both painterly and figurative with a Dadaist twist.
Pancho started painting in the streets while at art college and the theme which expresses a personal stamp on all his works is the focus on the humanization of the robotic form.
Androids made up of metal, screws, and gears, resembling characters from futuristic films or sci-fi novels. With rusty exteriors and mechanism’s exposed, Pancho’s robots are extensions of human bodies and the reflections of mankind trying to be gods by creating them.
Known especially for his huge robot-filled murals, his love for graffiti has taken him all around the world. For his first exhibition in London, Pixel Pancho will be transforming gallery 2 with an installation which will transport viewers into a surreal robotic environment.
His new body of work entitled ‘Memory Of Our Life’ will focus on the circle of life and the different moments portrayed as we grow, learn and make mistakes, showing this parallelism within his whymsical characters. Pancho’s work mirrors the same feelings and emotions we experience to conjur up reactions within the viewer.