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With 10 years long experience in graphic design, inspired by the street art movement and alternative music scene, Stephane Koyama-Meyer, also known as Traz, creates interesting visual combinations of bright colors and drawings. He likes to play with letters and chose sentences, so-called motivation quotes, borrowed from philosophers, poems or even hip hop lyrics. With the aim to spread the positive mindset, Stephane wants to give the public the break from their everyday routine.
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Fabio Petani was born in summer 1987 in Pinerolo.

After having obtained the scientific high school degree, he receives an M.A. in Cultural Heritage (Faculty of Humanities) from the University of Turin, with an M.A. thesis on Urban Art and the street culture from the origins to this day. read more

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Faith47 is an internationally acclaimed studio-based and street artist who is currently living in Cape Town, South Africa. She is married to the famous Chinese street artist Dal. Faith47 is known to be among the most politically engaged artists and defends people’s rights.
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Kouka Ntadi, né à Paris en 1981, est un artiste franco-congolais. Aujourd’hui il vit et travaille à Paris. Fils d’une dramaturge française et d’un artiste congolais, il est aussi le petit-fils du peintre expressionniste Francis Gruber.Il est diplômé de l’école des Beaux-Arts d’Avignon. Son expression artistique s’exprime par le biais de différents medias: la peinture, le graffiti et le rap (il sort l’album « L’Enfant Blam » en 20111).

Il utilise à la fois la bombe et le pinceau. Ses principaux supports d’expression artistique sont des éléments de récupération : du papier, du carton, du bois. Il travaille également dans l’espace public, sur des murs ou sur toile.
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LosOtros Mj Tom is Writer, Curator and Urban Artist. For more on his work please check here and here.

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BLO is a French artist and a member of Da Mental Vaporz crew (DMV) who uses creativity as a device to question, invert or pervert aspects of daily life. There is a recognizable speed of the hand, looseness of line, as well as composition and materials (the frequent use of spray paint and ink marker) that directly draw from traditional graffiti. BLO is still actively working in urban settings, but is moving away from letter styles and illustrative characters. His current street work has become more figurative, drawing from religious imagery, sex, death, and classical painting. Within the exploration of this subject matter another parallel to graffiti is conceptualized–the assertion of power by actively defacing or reappropriating common images. This difference in context between the street and in the studio does not divide the work, but creates a visual dependency – a mutual relationship that ultimately strengthens both parts of his practice. read more

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