Classic Cartoon Characters Expose What's Inside

Most pop culture fan art settles for what a character looks like on the outside. The unraveled fictional characters of Super A peel back the outer layers of familiar faces to show off hyper-realistic insides. But not realistic in an anatomical way. Rather than embracing the grotesque visuals of a horror movie, Super A's paintings and sculptures give subjects a dynamic new form. As these pop culture characters expose their insides, they shed their skin to reveal realistic versions of cartoon characters and imbue these two-dimensional icons with life. The unraveled cartoon characters that Super A crafts reveal something real underneath.