Sickboy’s artworks are colorful, dynamic and rich in imagery. His artworks juxtapose abstract and figurative aspects that are arranged in a multi-dimensional universe. His style could be described as neo-surrealistic, cosmic and expressionist. Throughout his artistic path he has been inspired by Picasso, Hundertwasser and Gaudi as well as Spanish street artist La Mano.
For his first exhibition at Kolly Gallery he created a new series entitled Sanctuaries of landscapes, that combine his different signs and symbols. At the center of the attention is his iconic yellow and red-outlined symbol of the ‚Temple‘, indeed one of his most famous sanctuary. It is believed that Sickboy was indeed the first artist in the UK using a logo rather than the ‚Tag‘. Sickboy’s signature symbol, features a broken Temple that has been reassembled to form a heart shape. It represents the a tribute to that merry, mesmeric little house of worship which has become synonymous with his work and his message of hope, unity, and positivity.