Psycho Pop Party

This was the very first artwork to be commissioned for Spiegelworld’s restaurant Superfrico, serving as the DNA roadmap for the development of its attitude and culture. The wild, candy-colored painting is intended to give the viewer a sense of visual pleasure through exposure to the fantastical. The work was adapted for the lightbox entranceway to the Superfrico kitchen, and the recurring Spiegelworld penguin motif became Superfrico’s brandmark. Born in South Korea, Adehla Lee lives and works in New York City.

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