(Photo by    Zillv   )

(Photo by Zillv)

Group Exhibitions

2018 ‘The New Romantics’
Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2018 'Super Reverie'
WOWXWOW Online group exhibition

2017 ‘WOW2‘
WOWXWOW Online group exhibition

2017 Autumn Open Call 2017
Arch Enemy Arts, Philadelphia, PA

2017 Digital Art Exhibition
Sathorn11 Art Space, Bangkok, Thailand

Selected Publication

2018 Von Zos, Exclusive Print

2018 Juxtapoz, Featured

2017 WOWXWOW, Artist Profile

2017 Tart/Talks, Featured

2017 EXPOSÉ12, Nominated

2017 The Guide Artists Magazine vol.1, Interview

2016 FStop.fm, Interview

Pruch Sintunava began his passion in art since his early age. His first inspiration came from Japanese manga and games he grew up with. During his school years, he discovered digital painting. A technique he used to learn all his fundamental skill, and remained his favorite until his graduation. Although without proper academic training, he continue to develop his art on his own. As his art grows, he becomes more interested in traditional medium, and recently began working on oil painting. He based his work on anime-esque drawing he remember fondly since childhood, which later has become his dominant style.

Pruch’s work fuses Japanese Manga art with deeper layers of human emotions. He draws inspiration from the air of anxiety hanging around his society. His muted color, lonely characters, and surrounding darkness in his work always contain a darker side of story. A scene representing the world he sees through a few carefully placed symbols. Using expression to bridge his painting to his viewers, he paints a face both cute and sad, hinting an off balance between hope and despair. Pruch's work is a portrait of modern humanity, urging to reveal the truth, both ugly and beautiful. A tale tells through kids who struggle to stay alive as human being, looking for a long lost happiness.

He is currently working and living in Bangkok, Thailand.