ABOUT THE ARTIST

  • BORDALO II

    Artur Bordalo, also known as Bordalo II (pronounced Bordalo Segundo), was born in 1987 in Lisbon, Portugal. He is famous for using street garbage t...
  • ARDIF

    Ardif is a parisian street artist. During his architectural studies, he is interested in the aesthetics of the building and the machine at differen...
  • MASON STORM

    British artist Mason Storm is known for provocative works that poke fun at the hypocrisies within modern society. In his compositions—which reference canonical paintings by Caravaggio, Johannes Vermeer, and Norman Rockwell—Storm inserts elements from movies, TV, and pop culture to create clever juxtapositions that speak to contemporary issues.
  • TOBIA RAVÀ

    Tobia Ravà (Padua, 1959), is a contamporary artist who works in Venice. He attended the International School of Graphics in Venice and Urbino and graduated in semiology of the arts at the University of Bologna. He has been painting since 1971 and has exhibited since 1977 in solo and group exhibitions in Italy, Belgium, Croatia, France, Germany, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Japan and the United States. It is present in both private and public collections, in Europe, the United States, Latin America, and the Far East.
  • SNIK

    Internationally-acclaimed duo of artists SNIK combine the creation of hand-cut, multilayered stencils with haunting, ethereal portraiture, born from a male/female dual perspective.
  • HAMA WOODS

    Hama Woods is a Norwegian stencil artist known for her sociological approach to consumerism and the effect it has on natural environment. Hama usually hand cuts multi-layered stencils, applying it by spray paint in and around Oslo. She made her first stencil back in 2009.
  • SANDRA CHEVRIER

    Sandra Chevrier is a canadian contemporary urban artist, known for her captivating portraits of women from The Cages series. As a self-taught artist, Sandra Chevrier first fell in love with art as a kid, to her art rapidly became a language on its own. Her work is exhibited internationally and her artworks are now in collections all over the world.
  • ROAMCOUCH

    Ryo Ogawa, better known as RoamCouch was born in Gifu, Japan in 1976. He is a street artist and Ukiyo-e painter. He began to draw in his childhood, influenced by Japanese comics, and started working as a designer at the age of 18.
  • HARRY GREB

    Harry Greb is an Italian street artist who is based in Rome since his young age. He started by creating graphic designs and he later decided to become a full and indipendent artist by mixing techniques. Harry Greb, who has recently turned 40, defines himself as a " creative " who one day decided to use the street and the walls of the buildings in the city to "frame " his art.
  • DANIEL ARSHAM

    New York based artist Daniel Arsham straddles the line between art, architecture and performance. Raised in Miami, Arsham attended the Cooper Union in New York City where he received the Gelman Trust Fellowship Award in 2003. Architecture is a prevalent subject throughout his work; environments with eroded walls and stairs going nowhere, landscapes where nature overrides structures, and a general sense of playfulness within existing architecture.
  • SUPER A

    Stefan Thelen, better known by his moniker Super A, is a Dutch street artist who blends urban methods, graphic design and traditional painting techniques to give life to work that evolves out of his personal experiences and thoughts.Stefan portrays super A as his anti superhero alter ego.
  • VHILS

    Alexandre Farto was born in Portugal in 1987. He studied at the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. Vhils lives and works in London and Lisbon. He gained prominence when his work of a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy at the Cans Festival in London in 2008.