Pascal Nègre

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Pascal Nègre is a French street artist, a child of the 19th arrondissement of Paris.

To escape from a daily life that he finds gloomy and violent, he draws and paints. But reality catches up with him. He naturally moves towards street art where he can express himself the way he wants.

A great fan of art in general, he likes beautiful lines. Her two favorite themes are women and weapons. Sometimes round and pleasant, sometimes precise and abrupt. By the way, you can hear him say that he can sleep with one, but not with the other. It’s up to you.

His style is precise, raw, instinctive.

Always active in the world of street art, he knows how to juggle with several weapons and also manages to unload his violence and materialize his demons in restricted spaces. pure concentrate of violence.

Bang! Bang!

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“Les années de sang” is a print from an original artwork on 250g/m² photo paper, measuring 40×40cm. It represents a pistol with round shapes, on a red background ; a reference to the assassination of the Italian politician Aldo Moro in the 1970s.

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“Carotte Flingue” is a print from an original artwork on 250g/m² photo paper, measuring 40×40cm. We find here the favourite character of the eponymous artist, and Pascal Nègres's guilty pleasure, a gun, on a background strewn with hearts for a fun and quirky result.

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“Graffitits” is an original artwork on Henry cotton canvas measuring 156x100 cm, picturing two female breasts against a background of vandal graffiti style letters.

Bonté

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Bonté

Bonté is a street artist from the 90s graffiti scene. He got noticed by putting his “street name” in the tunnels of the Parisian metro and in the streets of several cities in the world: Paris, New York, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Berlin, London… From his multiple nocturnal experiences, he has developed new artistic sensibilities and now experiments his talents on different supports. His name has now become his medium. Bonté carries this movement, which consists in integrating graffiti into contemporary art.

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“Blue Pile up” is an original artwork on canvas, measuring 90×80 cm, where the artist feels free to express his creativity around his name and mantra "Bonté" (which means goodness / kindness in french).  

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“Back to Saint Leu” is an original artwork on canvas, measuring 90×110 cm, where the artist feels free to express his creativity around his name and mantra "Bonté" (which means goodness / kindness in french).

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“One week in Mollans” is an original artwork on canvas, measuring 90×80 cm, where the artist feels free to express his creativity around his name and mantra "Bonté" (which means goodness / kindness in french).

La Carotte

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La Carotte is a French street artist and a legendary graffiti artist in the city of Lyon. Indeed, for more than 10 years, the Lyon region has been under the assault of the carrots of this compulsive vandal artist. In perpetual research of creation, La Carotte also tries to extend his orangefull universe on canvas and in sculptures.

 

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“TRIPLETTE” is a print from an original artwork on photo paper 250g/m², measuring 60x40cm. It represents a multitude of carrots entangled with each other.

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“Carotte Flingue” is a print from an original artwork on 250g/m² photo paper, measuring 40×40cm. We find here the favourite character of the eponymous artist, and Pascal Nègres's guilty pleasure, a gun, on a background strewn with hearts for a fun and quirky result.

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“Carotte 360” is a print on canvas paper, measuring 32,8×29,6cm, featuring the artist's favorite character.

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“Carotte de minuit” is an original artwork on 500g canvas, measuring 150×215 cm, featuring the artist's favorite character.  

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“Carotte scared” is an original artwork on canvas, measuring 152×217cm, featuring the artist's favorite character.

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“Carotte Doodle” is an original artwork on canvas, measuring 88×65cm, featuring the artist's favorite character.

Maxime Blachère (Blach®)

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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.

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“VIC UNE FETE NAPOLEONNIENE” is an original artwork on 500g/m² canvas, measuring 55x75cm. It represents the painting ''La mort du maréchal Lannes'' from Paul-Emile Boutigny, revisited by the artist into a party that has gone really bad.

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“VIC VANDAL IS POIRE” is an original artwork on 500g/m² canvas, measuring 45x60cm. It represents a nice and juicy pear, vandalized "for fake" with Street Art and Pop culture elements, faithful to the artists's universe.

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“VIC NEW YORK FUTUR VANDAL” is an original artwork on 500g/m² canvas, measuring 75x46cm. It represents an aerial view of Manhattan, New York, vandalized "for fake" with Street Art and Pop culture elements, faithful to the artists's universe.