A graduate of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (KABK), Menno Steenvoorden is an artist specializing in abstract and vibrant artworks. He uses a variety of materials, such as epoxy, foam, concrete, and textured paint, to create three-dimensional pieces. With his use of lively colors, Steenvoorden aims to captivate the viewer's attention. Driven by a strong aversion to inequality and injustice, Menno is not interested in politics but still strives to make a positive impact.

As a creative individual, he believes that art can be a powerful tool for raising awareness about important issues. He hopes that his artworks can bring a touch of happiness amidst the prevalent negativity in the world. While his pieces may initially exude cheerfulness and lightness, they often carry deeper messages. Through his "DRIPS" series, he explores personal memories, while "SPRINKLES" delves into themes like societal polarization and unity. The seemingly innocent BANANA conceals layers of meaning and stories beyond the viewer's imagination.