If pop art means anything to you, it’s like Ellanah absorbed the deluge of cartoons, graffiti, neon glitches on analog TVs, and movie characters - in a word, childhood in the 90’s - in a batter of cake that’s her own flavor. She’s not just a consumer though. Whether in circular canvas or a frame of botanical patterns, Ellanah constantly interrupts the coherence of mass media narratives by rearranging their elements.
The British Artist Ellannah Sadkin works with hard black lines, bright flat colors, and organic shapes in a style often described as surrealist cartooning. A child of the nineties raised in New York, she explores to combine cartooning and graffiti. Her appropriation of cartoon aesthetics has been described as "Ren and Stimpy on acid meets Takashi Murakami".