Gonzalo Borondo was born in a Spanish city Valladolid, but very soon went to live in Segovia. At fourteen, Borondo moved to Madrid where he attended the Art School and the Academy of Fine Arts. He graduated in IES Margarita Salas Madrid and continued his fine arts studies in Madrid Complutense University. In 2012, he spent some time in Rome, Italy for an Erasmus cultural exchange program at Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. Madrid is the place where he actually began doing graffiti tags all around the city, as well as the classic bombing on trains, his works of puppets – which decrease the letters and increase the drawings – but it soon became clear that this is not expression mature enough for his artistic language. Thanks to his teacher Jose Herranz Garcia, Borondo had the opportunity to learn and experiment with new techniques. He worked with charcoal, oil and tempera, experimented with new ways of expression just to be closer to the understanding that for the best gallery for him – is the street.read more
UNO is a Russian born street artist who now lives and works in Rome.
The techniques used in his artistic production are the classics of street art, although his preference, right from his first experiences in the street, are posters — repetition, collage, decoupage. read more
Goin is a French street artist that creates great based on ecological, political and social messages! Dripping with the original spirit of punk and a relentless flood of socially, politically and consciously engaged ideas. Outdoors he creates paste ups, stencils as well as free hand works. He has his own workshop and creates posters, sculptures and often exhibits on high end galleries. His Banksy like style of humor and sarcasm is widely recognized and admired.read more
FKDL, pseudonyme de Franck Duval, né à Paris en 1963, est un peintre et collagiste français. Spécialiste de l’art scotch et du collage papier, il rejoint le monde du street art en 2006. Il vit et travaille à Paris1. Franck Duval étudie le dessin de mode au Studio Berçot, puis se forme aux arts du cirque à l’école Annie Fratellini. Ces deux années décisives marqueront son travail d’artiste, qui fait la part belle à la couleur, aux vêtements et aux corps en mouvement2. read more