'Polipanda' creator Ying Huang is an award winning Manchurian Chinese-Born, international exhibiting Australian artist. Huang 'invented' a political art movement which she calls 'Polipanda' (Political Pop Propaganda Art).
Huang's current work continues to satirise popular culture and political history. The new series, which she terms as ‘Political-pie’. The work finds inspiration from Rose O’Neill’s Kewpie Doll, a character who is “a sort of little round fairy [and] whose…idea is to teach people to be merry and kind at the same time.” Huang inverts its optimism through its uncanny mischief by appropriating the ‘pie’ of kewpie.