The urge to sculpt started with inspiration from monster movies and the work of Ray Harryhausen, many of the Voodoo King pieces began as ideas from popular culture. Directly inspired from an addiction to television and movies.

Tiki images carved in wax ended up all over the house almost a thoughtless compulsion and we can blame Bobby and Peter Brady for the Tiki episode of the Brady Bunch but also the looming images of Skull Island from King Kong (1933). You might recognize this tiki God as a mixture of Easter Island heads, tiki totems and those days you wake up, look in the mirror and go…oh no..what did I do last night?


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