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INSA is a British fine artist and designer whose graffiti background informs his street-level and gallery art critique of contemporary consumer culture. INSA’s canvases and installations are often hyper real, finely crafted creations in which sexual desire and commodity-fetishism merge and contrast. With a heavy sense of irony, INSA uses powerful patterns to play with and distort the spaces where his work is installed. His aim is to entice viewers into a shallow fantasy of materialistic aspiration where sexual objectification is flaunted as a symbol of wealth and success.
INSA’s world is one where art, product, graffiti, fetishism and desire collide. Throughout his career, he has explored different approaches and outlets for his artistic agenda, including designing signature collections for brands such as Kangol, Kidrobot and Oki-Ni, as well as starting his own company. His clients include Sony and Nike, and he is regularly invited to make art around the world.