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James Jean - Eden

€1.395

In his large-scale paintings, James Jean depicts detailed cosmological worlds filled with allegorical and contemporary imagery. He incorporates elements of traditional Chinese and Japanese scroll paintings, Japanese woodblock prints, Renaissance portraiture, comic books, and anime into these complex compositions.

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James Jean - Hound II

€1.395

In his large-scale paintings, James Jean depicts detailed cosmological worlds filled with allegorical and contemporary imagery. He incorporates elements of traditional Chinese and Japanese scroll paintings, Japanese woodblock prints, Renaissance portraiture, comic books, and anime into these complex compositions.

Jerkface - TMNT

€2.695

The New York–born and –based artist Jerkface rose to prominence thanks to his Pop-influenced representations of iconic cartoon characters, which he often reproduces in layered patterns across the picture plane. Jerkface received his artistic training through New York’s street art scene, and his flattened figuration and bright color palettes reflect this influence. Though the artist first found success on the East Coast, his practice has expanded both geographically and artistically. Jerkface murals now adorn cities around the world, and he has exhibited paintings in Hong Kong, New York, and beyond. The artist has said that he’s interested only in creating optimistic work; there’s already enough negativity in the world. 

Jerkface - Art Print

€1.925

The New York–born and –based artist Jerkface rose to prominence thanks to his Pop-influenced representations of iconic cartoon characters, which he often reproduces in layered patterns across the picture plane. Jerkface received his artistic training through New York’s street art scene, and his flattened figuration and bright color palettes reflect this influence. Though the artist first found success on the East Coast, his practice has expanded both geographically and artistically. Jerkface murals now adorn cities around the world, and he has exhibited paintings in Hong Kong, New York, and beyond. The artist has said that he’s interested only in creating optimistic work; there’s already enough negativity in the world. 

Kurar - Réappropriation, 2021

€875

Living and working between Paris and Clermont-Ferrand, self-taught artist Kurar joined the circle of Street Artists in the 90s. At first, Kurar manipulated paint bombs and worked volume and color on 3D. His journeys and experiences has made his work and techniques evolve. Thus, the artist used the techniques of graffiti and collage before focusing exclusively on stencil.

Kurar - Liberty, 2017

€875

Living and working between Paris and Clermont-Ferrand, self-taught artist Kurar joined the circle of Street Artists in the 90s. At first, Kurar manipulated paint bombs and worked volume and color on 3D. His journeys and experiences has made his work and techniques evolve. Thus, the artist used the techniques of graffiti and collage before focusing exclusively on stencil.

Kurar - Believe, 2016

€875

Living and working between Paris and Clermont-Ferrand, self-taught artist Kurar joined the circle of Street Artists in the 90s. At first, Kurar manipulated paint bombs and worked volume and color on 3D. His journeys and experiences has made his work and techniques evolve. Thus, the artist used the techniques of graffiti and collage before focusing exclusively on stencil.

Seaty - Niamey

€735

 

Seaty is an artist born in 1983 in the South of France. He was part of the graffiti scene in Toulouse in the early 2000s, where he started writing tags on walls when he was a child. From 2008 he decided to give his graffiti works a new direction and started painting on canvas, developing his technique, without ever taking drawing or painting lessons. His work has evolved, but the urban culture is still in it. Seaty wants to share his vision on urban art, his emotions and experiences with the viewers. 

Invader - Fine Art Print

€16.500

This mysterious street artist has "invaded" well-known cities worldwide! Paris, London, Hong Kong, NYC, even Katmandu have all been subjected to Invader's well-known mosaic works. Paris alone has over 1000 “space invaders" in itself. They can now be found on five continents; one has even been sent into space! Invader explains his work in many ways: it's a meeting between pixel and mosaic, video games and reality, screen and architecture, a viral art that infects our visual environment. Day after day, the invasion gains ground.

Invader - Fine Art Print

€14.500

This mysterious street artist has "invaded" well-known cities worldwide! Paris, London, Hong Kong, NYC, even Katmandu have all been subjected to Invader's well-known mosaic works. Paris alone has over 1000 “space invaders" in itself. They can now be found on five continents; one has even been sent into space! Invader explains his work in many ways: it's a meeting between pixel and mosaic, video games and reality, screen and architecture, a viral art that infects our visual environment. Day after day, the invasion gains ground.

Faile - Hollywood Nights

€1.585

Since 1999, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller have collaborated under the name FAILE (an anagram of “a life”) to create kinetic, image-saturated paintings, prints, sculptures, and installations. Their democratic street style features fragmented mash-ups of comic book and cartoon characters, advertising and propaganda slogans, bright patterns and colors, and historical and pop cultural references. 

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Mr. Brainwash - Muhammed Ali

€3.195

Thierry Guetta (1966), also called Mr. Brainwash is known as one of the most talked-about street artists of the 21st century. Born and raised in Paris, but moved to Los Angeles in the 1980s to boost his career. It was his cousin and artist Space Invader who introduced him to the world of street art. From 2000 he was involved in filming street artists like Shepard Fairey, until he grew into an artist himself in the ten years that followed. What started with graffiti art on the street grew into sought-after works at leading trade fairs.

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Hebru Brantley - Little Big Head

€3.400€3.700

Hebru Brantley’s comic book–style mixed-media paintings center on two young protagonists: curious, empowered kids called FlyBoy and Lil Mama. Defining himself as an Afrofuturist, Brantley draws from a range of influences including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Chicago’s AfriCOBRA collective, African American history, hip-hop, anime, manga, and his own experiences of African American and urban life in the United States. He participated in the 1990s graffiti scene, tagging trains, walls, and other city surfaces. 

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Hebru Brantley - Phibby

€1.400€1.525

Hebru Brantley’s comic book–style mixed-media paintings center on two young protagonists: curious, empowered kids called FlyBoy and Lil Mama. Defining himself as an Afrofuturist, Brantley draws from a range of influences including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Chicago’s AfriCOBRA collective, African American history, hip-hop, anime, manga, and his own experiences of African American and urban life in the United States. He participated in the 1990s graffiti scene, tagging trains, walls, and other city surfaces. 

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Hebru Brantley - Smile

€1.400€1.525

Hebru Brantley’s comic book–style mixed-media paintings center on two young protagonists: curious, empowered kids called FlyBoy and Lil Mama. Defining himself as an Afrofuturist, Brantley draws from a range of influences including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Chicago’s AfriCOBRA collective, African American history, hip-hop, anime, manga, and his own experiences of African American and urban life in the United States. He participated in the 1990s graffiti scene, tagging trains, walls, and other city surfaces. 

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