#Metroseen: The Artistic Genius of Quatro Hapimeel

Mar 30, 2023 0 comments


Meet Quatro Hapimeel, the half-human, half-amazing artist from Santa Rosa Laguna, Philippines! With a foundation in street art, Hapimeel is a master of exploring different mediums like acrylic, aerosol paints, and even scraps of cloth to bring his out-of-the-box ideas to life.

His artwork is a surreal testament to low-brow art, with characters that express his daily life, current events, and experiences. He draws inspiration from the ephemeral, excessive, and mundane ways of living, resulting in a hodgepodge of saturated grotesque and neon haze nostalgia.


Quatro Hapimeel's artwork is a stunning mix of different styles and influences, with a unique twist that sets him apart from other artists. His pieces range from playful and whimsical to dark and thought-provoking, with each one telling its own story.

Half-human, half-amazing

One of the things that sets Hapimeel apart is his use of unconventional materials. He's not afraid to experiment with different mediums and textures, using scraps of cloth and other found objects to create depth and texture in his work. This gives his art a unique tactile quality that draws the viewer in and engages them on a whole new level.


When he's not creating mind-bending artwork, Hapimeel can be found indulging in his love for weird things, synths, and his dogs. And if you want to see more of his amazing creations, head on over to his Instagram and Twitter accounts, @quatrohapimeel and @hapimeelstudio, or visit his website at www.quatrohapimeel.com.


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