Zabou took part in the 6th edition of ‘Ceci N’est Pas Un Tag’, a street art festival taking place in Saint-Quentin, France. The artist painted a mural of a young mother tenderly holding her newborn baby. The models for this project are singer Eva Lazarus with her son Kobe. There are a lot of […]
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Earlier this summer, Zabou painted a portrait of the iconic British actress and humanitarian Audrey Hepburn in Brick Lane, London. The portrait is inspired by an amazing photograph taken by Yousuf Karsh in 1960. The artwork depicts Audrey Hepburn looking down, peaceful with a hint of nostalgia, while holding a few tulips. Years ago, a […]
The small village of Penelles in Spain is a beautiful and surprising outdoor gallery, now filled with more than 100 murals (for 400 inhabitants!). The organisers of Gargar Festival invited me to take part in this year’s edition, which took place with less artists over a few weeks in August. I painted a portrait […]
“Last year I painted the portrait of the founder of Emmaüs, Abbé Pierre, at the charity’s branch in Saumur, France. The mural was damaged during a storm this winter so I repainted it again. Abbé Pierre was a priest who fought all his life for social justice and solidarity, against exclusion and poverty. The […]
“I recently travelled to the Puglia region in Southern Italy to paint in the small city of Stornara, for the third edition of ‘Stramurales’ Festival. During the last few months, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced many people to move, relocate, find a new home and leave another one behind – while borders were shut […]
“I was invited at by VIP Graffiti, a paint supply store in North London, to paint on their front wall. I created a portrait of American poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou. She has written beautiful poems and powerful works defending women and black culture. The artwork, based on a photograph my Michael […]
“It was time for a refresh at The Bell Pub located in Spitalfields in London. In light of the current events, I painted a striking photo taken by FutureHackney during the Black Lives Matter protests in London. A young man stares at the audience, he’s wearing a mask with the words ‘Racism is a […]
“I was invited by Justice Through Arts, a non-profit project organised in West Hampstead, to paint a 40m long mural on West End Lane Bridge. The goal of the project is to raise awareness about homelessness while brightening up a dull space. I painted 3 portraits from the streets, each of them with a unique story (see […]