Kurar, born in 1983 in France (Clermont-Ferrand), is a stencil artist whose work often addresses complex social issues such as post-urbanization, climate change, terrorism, and violence in local and global terms.
He started in the 90s working on 3D lettering in graffiti art and, over the years, he focused on stencil art. His first exhibition was in France and now he is known and appreciated worldwide thanks his numerous solo and group shows.
In his artworks he uses a lot of symbolic and material contrast: the contraposition between gray, black and fluorescent colors; the irony of his images and the strong messages.
His techniques include stencil, collage and fresco, and all his pieces put in the middle the ideas of modern society, war, religion and consumerism with elements of humor.