Appropriation, first used in field of visual art, is one of the most common creative processes, hence, many artists employ appropriated images in their works. However, the appropriated elements and principle of the method in such images often become the essence of creative outcomes. Although the artist’s work involves the process of appropriation, it does not destroy the essence of the original image. In that sense, it is similar to Andy Warhol’s, but the use of materials involving push pins distinguishes it from others.
Furthermore, the artist finds psychological healing and a sense of relief by repeating artistic acts in creative process where he could be fully equipped with an artistic mind. The feeling of ecstasy and achievement when a work is completed helps him to express an oppressed self.