London-based artist Super Future Kid paints figures with twisted bodies and expressions living in a hyper-saturated, psychedelic world. Working also in sculpture, Super Future Kid is an expert at transforming spaces into worlds where her characters can feel right at home, complete with multi-colored floors and walls. Although her aesthetic is distinctively and unmistakably her own, one cannot help but think of cartoons from the 90s, or perhaps characters drawn from the Windows 95 program “Paint.” Originally from Berlin, her style is inspired by her sudden exposure to Western pop-culture after the reunification of Germany. Her vivid neon colors and wonderfully loud imagery offer an irresistible sensory overload, one that perhaps reflects back on her experience. Currently living in London, Super Future Kids discusses her inspirations and influences.