Let’s have a closer look at the Trailblazer’s essence in their fascinating art works:
Through his artworks Mambo speaks a unique visual language called Brainology, inventing symbols, signs and a color palette, which all have a distinct significance. Finding his own vocabulary and style of expression as well as declining it into as many variations as possible is his ultimate goal.
Solomostry does not restrict his artistic practice only to painting. For his Burned series he decided to utilize a lighter to burn his indestructible monster-like character on the surface. It exemplifies his desire to never be stopped in the artistic evolution. Additionally, expressing and unifying emotions felt through graffiti is the base of his artistic practice.
Thinking and creating outside of normative structures is represented in Ludovilk Myers and Julien Colombier art works. The color palettes, shapes and motifs displayed in their 4-handed artworks are from another planet. The inspiration for this is graffiti’s artistic honesty, visual impact and most of all, freedom.
Guillaume ‚SupaKitch‘ Grando’s artistic path started with the ephemeral practice of graffiti, for him away to assert oneself. Currently, he portrays a timeless reflection of water and rural landscapes. But what he has always preserved from his early days in graffiti, is the full body effort to paint a piece and the essence of the lines that is the base of his creative practice.
Pavel Rtue observes and researches at the edge between graffiti and art. The deconstruction and the impact of colors and the process to illegibility to abstraction are in the limelight. This results in an unexpected and new visual language.
Franck ‚Zest‘ Noto is passionate about exploring harmonies between form and color, where he synthesizes the various influences to his unique style. The decontextualization of the spray paint’s aesthetic and gesture has become legendary.
Gris1’s imagery and visual expression indicates to various topics surrounding the graffiti universe. His art works showcase the mastery and versatility of the stylization of typography and imagery.
Typically Koralie masters perfect symmetrical shapes that she can repeat identically. Her new works of art have a less perfect, controlled and phyllotaxic, but rather painterly character. The dreamlike compositions which progressively balance the mismatches and ultimately bring life to the paintings through various textures.
John ‚JonOne‘ Perello’s journey through the urban jungle led him to his artistic essence: repeating his tag, his signature as well as his name. JonOne is inspired by the all things that he experienced in his life and expresses them untamed and intense on his canvases.
Ostensibly the furthest away from graffiti is Steph Cop and his asymmetrical, cube-shaped sculptures. For many years Steph Cop has been studying and discovering work with the element of wood. Nevertheless unconsciously his background in graffiti is part of his codes, and that period inevitably built him at his first stages of his artistic path.
Tania di Brita