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"Pinda - the orangutan is much gentler in her look. She is adorned with the native Indonesian pattern on her skull and is a lot softer in contrast to Kunga. Orangutans are struggling because of loss of habitat as their forests are being chopped down, which is why she has a look of sorrow and concern in her eye. As orangutans are so closely related to humans, I decided to name this piece ‘Pinda’, which means ‘equal’ in Indonesian." - Sonny
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
As one of South Africa’s most exciting young street artists of recent years, British-born Sonny is
most well-known for his large-scale murals. A relative newcomer, Sonny’s paintings can already
be found in various locations around the world including New York, London, Canada, Russia,
Ireland, Miami and South Africa.
Taking influences from his African surroundings and wildlife, his
vibrant work often fuses the natural world with elements of fantasy and geometric shapes.
Sonny is currently using his unique style of street art to raise awareness for endangered wildlife
on a global scale through his To The Bone project. As part of the project the self-taught artist will
also be exhibiting his first body of canvas works in New York in May this year. This work
combines classic wildlife imagery with a strong social message about the importance of wildlife
Find more from Sonny at sonnyonline.com
Follow Sonny on Instagram @ sonnysundancer & Facebook @Sonnyartist.