Diasporan culture and arts
    Throughout history, artists have been the tellers of time.
Whether through visual or sonic art – some of the most valuable members in a
culture have been those able to translate their people’s history through
creative expression. In ancient African civilizations, Griots had the task of
verbally relaying knowledge and history, while sculptors and painters would
encrypt information into formidable works of art. In Europe, the likes of
Caravaggio would live their life on the edge of society and tell the pain of
their experiences through Renaissance paintings. The world is a battlefield and
HOP serves to gather troops on a creative front.

Promoting All Knowledge”

Transcending the illusory
boundaries between music, fashion, and the visual arts,
Herd of P.A.K. is a movement positioned to inspire a global ripple-effect. 
With its roots firmly planted in the unification of ancient and
modern wisdom, the movement is not limited to upholding just one ideology or
set of beliefs. The approach is to instead use a combination of creative
mediums to highlight perspectives that deviate from the Western standard of
dichotomous thinking. While bypassing the “black or white” thought process that has limited the spiritual and intellectual growth of societies for millennia, the
movement seeks to illuminate alternative interpretations and understandings of
the universe as it simultaneously opens the door to infinite possibility.

“Whether by default or by design, Herd of PAK effortlessly
exudes a joker-card-like energy — impossible to predict and even harder to