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Ron English’s unforgettable characters and illustrations are found anywhere from street art to museums, movies, and books spreading his colorful POPaganda throughout our contemporary culture. POPaganda is the term used by Ron English to describe his signature style and images. Ron English’s images merge high and low cultural contexts such as superheroes, ancient mythology, totems, and iconic art historical works to produce the unique characters found in his illustrations. Some of Ron English’s characters include MC Supersized, an obese fast-food mascot featured in the movie “Supersize Me”, or Abraham Obama a character that mixes the 16th and 44th United States presidents, thoroughly featured in media press publications during 2008 presidential elections. Three-eyed rabbits, cowgirls, grinning skulls and many more Ron English stunning characters are found in paintings, billboards, and sculptures which blend to notorious imagery of America’s top Pop Iconoclast with humorous undertones.