• Agrume


    Agrume is an artist from Lyon born in France in 1993.
    He began his practice with illustration and very quickly discovered multiple horizons.
    Art in an urban setting is then a way to develop your work on paper, and thus, to confront it and connect it to an audience. Cities and their atmospheres, colours and architecture are so many starting points giving rise to a number of ephemeral stories.
    Urban practice places his work more in reality and links him to society.
    Self-taught, Agrume paints, draws, engraves, sticks and writes. An artistic practice that he conceives in its multidisciplinarity.

  • Astro


    Astro created his first graffiti art in 2000 in the northern suburb of Paris.

    Focusing on lettering and Wildstyle at first, this self-taught and passionate artist brings his knowledge and technique towards an abstract art which mixes curves, calligraphy and dynamic shapes.

    Astro has created his own world by exploiting the subtlety of shadows and lights, the strength of colours, and the perspective of depths.

  • C215


    Christian Guémy, alias C215, born in France in 1973, is a major French artist in the street art scene.

  • Jana & JS

    Jana & JS

    Austrian and French street artists Jana & Js are painting together since 2006. 

    The pair create polychromed stencil murals widely ranging in size. Based primarily on their personal photographic work, the stencils seem to respond and interact with their surroundings. Mostly inspired by the city and people living in, their paintings merge urban landscape or architecture details with portrait, questioning the place of human being in the modern cities. Inspired by the place where they put their work they now focus on nostalgie, melancholy. After spending some time in Madrid, Spain where they met and living a couple of years in Paris, Jana & Js are now settled in Salzburg - Austria.

  • Levalet


    Charles Leval, known as Levalet, was born in 1988 in Epinal. He grew up in Guadeloupe, a region where he came into contact with urban culture, then with the visual arts. He continued his studies of visual arts in Strasbourg; his work, then more focused on video, was nourished by assiduous theatrical practice. He obtained the agrégation in 2012, the year in which his work began to take place in the streets of Paris and elsewhere. 

  • Logan Hicks

    Logan Hicks

    Logan Hicks is a New York-based artist born in 1971 known for using multiple layers of stencils to achieve photorealistic imagery. Originally a screen printer, Logan’s work has gained notoriety due to his ability to capture the sometimes mundane cycle of city life in a haunting, yet refined way with his hand-sprayed multi-layered stencils.

  • Marko93


    Marko93 is a French artist born in 1971 in Le Mans, France.
    In 1988, in Saint-Denis, Marko and his gang were immersed in hip-hop culture from across the Atlantic. They try rap, dance, DJing, and for Marko, it is graffiti that wins, fascinated by "the colourful graffiti that tattoos the walls of big cities".
    First very inspired by New York graffiti and torchlight tags, Marko slipped into calligraphy when he discovered Hassan Massoudy's works.
    We are at the beginning of the 90s, and Marko cuts his caps with a cutter to play with solids and deliques, to imagine abstract lettering at the crossroads of Arabic calligraphy and graffiti, becoming, without knowing it, one of the pioneers of European calligraffiti.

  • RNST


    Born in 1975, RNST is a French street artist and serigraphic artist.

    Street actor and serigraphic artist since the mid-1990s, adept of alternative cultures, RNST explores and plays with urban art forms as diverse as graffiti, poster design, collage and stencil. 

  • Samina


    SAMINA, is a Portuguese street artist born in Setubàl Portugal in 1989. Architect, varied artist, since his youth he was in contact with the world of arts, mainly drawing and painting. When he was 14 he started spreading stickers around the streets and discreetly started his debut in the world of street art. For several years he accompanied the growth of the movement, and was growing as a self-taught artist. It ́s during this time that he discovers the art of stencil and in 2010 felt capable enough to produce bigger and more consistent work. 

  • Saype


    Saype is born in Belfort, France in 1989. He lives and works in Switzerland.

    Self-taught, he is now known for his three-dimensional studio paintings (canvas and plexiglass) but also for his grass paintings, made with 100% biodegradable paint. 

    Certainly one of the most widely publicized artists in 2019, he was named by the famous magazine Forbes as one of the thirty most influential figures in the world in the field of art and culture under the age of thirty. 

    Passionate about philosophy and questions that could be called "existential", his painting most often explores issues around the human being. His work is a way for him to share his vision of the world and invites us to question ourselves about our deep nature, our spirit, our place on earth and in society.

  • Stom500


    Stom500 was born in 1987 in Mulhouse, France. He lives and works in Strasbourg, France.

    Cultivating a delirious and humorous universe fed by the euphoric energy of cartoons, this self-taught virtuoso multiplies his talents.

  • Thomas von Wittich

    Thomas von Wittich

    Thomas von Wittich was born in 1983 and comes from an upper middle class family in West Germany. When he was only 13 years old, he left home and began working in the meatpacking industry and as cook on board a ship in order to support himself. His first camera was from an old Leica-collector: a Leica R4.

  • Tim Jentsch

    Tim Jentsch

    Tim Jentsch has been a passionate streetart photographer for the past 10 years. 

    He travels year round to document the urban art scene of major hubs in the US including NY, Miami and LA, as well as Europe, South Africa and on occasion the Far East. 

  • Vermibus


    Vermibus, born in 1987 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, began graffiti as a teenager. In 2003, he moved to Madrid where he explored different techniques and met members of the TGLQV collective (¿Te Gusta Lo Que Ves? - Do You Like What You See?) known for their anti-pub stencils. 

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