Miami New Times - November 8, 2013 by Carlos Suarez de Jesus
Like Yoda, the white-wigged Warhol was inscrutable, his force was far reaching, and he was the lord of his universe. For London-based artist RYCA, who is paying tribute to his Pop Jedi master through a filter of Star Wars and cult sci-fi movie iconography, Warhol's influence on culture still remains indisputable. RYCA has hijacked classic Warhol imagery and retro-fitted it to suit his Star Wars fantasies.
In addition to his Warhol-inspired works, RYCA is also exhibiting a life-size screen print of the DeLorean time machine from Back to the Future, as well as a portrait of Sigourney Weaver in her iconic space helmet from Aliens.