Rabbit Garcia learned the tradition of pinata making from his grandmother at the young age of 9. Early exposure to piñata making is the foundation of his interest in fabricating sculptures. His body of work is rooted on those artifacts he made as a child. He rebuilds what people call "old junk" into sculptures that tell new stories. He often incorporates/works with glitter to add a twist of playfulness in dark themes and subjects. Interested in social and cultural factors that fracture environment, Garcia' goal is to reconstruct from those broken pieces of memory in order to retell lost or unknown histories.