Pangrok Sulap is a Malaysian collective of artists, musicians, and social activists with a mission to empower rural marginalized communities through art. Founded in 2010 by Rizo Leong, Gindung McFeddy Simon and Jerome Manjat, “Pangrok” is the local pronunciation of “punk rock,” and “Sulap” is a hut or a resting place usually used by farmers in Sabah, Borneo. Since 2013, woodcut prints have become the Collective’s main tool to spread social messages, through large-scale exhibition works as well as handmade merchandise. A strong element of Pangrok Sulap’s process is community participation. The Collective collaborates with community members to collect indigenous narratives and experiences to spread awareness through their artworks.