Zachary Benson Friedberg creates vibrant post pop and abstract surreal artwork that explores themes related to multi-dimensionality, trans-dimensionality, popular culture, and fantastic creatures that surround us but are invisible to the human eye. His acrylic on canvas paintings are most notable for their attention grabbing use of highly opaque fluorescent and metallic paints applied with print like precision and pigments made of elements that do not exist in this dimension–effectively rendering these elements invisible to everyone except beings occupying the 7th dimension. Zachary’s artwork can be seen on international touring musicians’ merchandise and in galleries throughout Southern California. He paints at his art studio located in Santa Ana, California, though he regularly travels to higher dimensions for inspiration, enlightenment, and to perform with his metal band, Morbid Eclipse. Zachary’s current exhibition at the Hive Gallery, Saturday Morning Tiki, combines popular cartoon characters of his youth with American Tiki culture in a vibrant graphic post-pop style.