“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 […]
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“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 […]
I’ve been inspired by the last season of TV series ‘Casa De Papel’ to paint a portrait of Nairobi, one of the main characters. She’s a fierce and defiant woman played by Spanish actress Alba Flores. The mural is located in the courtyard of VIP Graffiti, a local paint shop in North London. “Nairobi” […]
Due to the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus Covid-19, my times in the street will be limited over the next few weeks. But before London goes on lockdown, I painted this fun piece to refresh the Dali portrait done at LukeJacob. This new painting depicts Dali looking at his pet, an ocelot named Babou. Babou’s […]
It took me about 3 to 4 days despite the rainy weather to paint this large-scale mural on the side of U7 Lounge in Haggerston, London, UK. I wanted to create an artwork that is vibrant, colourful and celebrates jazz music (the venue host jazz events and there is a music school a few […]
The art organisation Garidell14 invited me to take part in a project taking place in La Cité de Refuge, a homeless shelter in Paris home to 350 people. The building, built by Le Corbusier, has a new extension especially dedicated to women. I painted a portrait of Becca, a young woman who was homeless as a […]
Angel Comedy offers free stand up and comedy shows every night in Islington, London. They are a community-oriented association with a mission to help comedians and artists by providing them a platform to express themselves, but also space, advice, workshops, podcasts and much more. Four years ago I painted the front of their new venue, the Bill […]
My latest mural was made in collaboration with Centrepoint, a charity that helps young people who are homeless by providing accommodation and support for getting them back into education, employment or training. Around Christmas, an estimated 22 000 young people will be homeless. I painted a portrait of Becca after reading her story. To me, […]