Drigo is a self-taught artist and muralist based in Dallas, Texas with a primary focus in painting. His work stems from a long line of cultural influences, theories, and ideologies, as well as a background in graphic design. A few cultures that appear most prominently in his work are African, Mongolian, and Spanish. Drigo often pulls ideas and thoughts from his subconscious or what he explains as the 5th Dimension. He recognizes his work as somewhat subconscious self-portraits merging everything he is influenced by into one. His kitschy, throwback-’80s paintings of Aztec and African masked figures, which nod to Egyptology, lost civilizations, and mysticism, will take you way back to ancient times, while his refreshing color pallet and hints of iconography will bring you right back (Christopher Blay).