Using his own view of life and sarcasm, Italian artist Pablo Dana exhibits “sarcastic art” with the idea that creations arise from the very depths of our beings and are expressed spontaneously. Coupling intuitiveness and spontaneity, his works express a channel to explore sarcasm in the materialistic world with our memories and phantasm. He draws inspiration from multiple encounters, whether it be magazines, books or catalogues. Some of his paintings count over 600 pieces of finely cut images that he methodically re-orders to give birth to a new piece of art making it truly his own. He plays with epoxy resins, clear glue and acrylic to create tri- dimensional structures.