Maxime Blachère is a Fluxus artist at the initiative of the Blach Gallery collective and the website MaxleTagueur.com.
Coming from a small village in the french Savoy, his art is now present in 25 countries, and he exhibits in several art galleries in Europe, the United States and Asia.
Self-taught and a jack of all trades, his sources of inspiration are multiple. Comics, pop culture, photography and Street-art are just a few of them.
He embarked on graphic design in 2009 while he was working as a PE teacher, and shared his creations on a blog. He decided to devote himself to his art at full time in 2016, following the enthusiasm of people for his works.
With a universe that is both fun and colorful, Maxime Blachère humorously divert the whole world.
“VIC FULGURO ROTTERDAM” is a print from an original artwork on aluminum dibond, glossy finish, measuring 40x40cm. It represents the Rotterdam harbor, vandalized "for fake" with Street Art and Pop culture elements, faithful to the artists's universe. Here, the greatest hero of all times, Goldorak.
“VIC NEW YORK SIMPSONS” is a print from an original artwork on aluminum dibond, glossy finish, measuring 60x40cm. It represents a view from New York, vandalized "for fake", with Street Art and Pop culture elements. Here, the most famous and crazy family in the U.S.A, the Simpsons ! Frame not included. Wall hanger not included
“VIC UNE FETE NAPOLEONIENNE” is a print from an original artwork on 200g photo paper, measuring 60x45cm. It represents a quirky version of the painting ''la mort du général Lannes'' from Emile-Paul Boutigny, vandalized "for fake" with Street Art and Pop culture elements, faithful to the artists's universe.