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Brandz, 2021

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Setting the scene

Pantin, France

Confirmed Artist

Vision was born in 1971 in Pantin and grew up in Montreuil in the suburbs of Paris. In 1983, he was 12 years old and like many teenagers of his age, he couldn't escape the hiphop wave that invaded France. After tagging for a few months without really understanding the meaning, he did his first graffiti in 1986 and founded the group "Purple Kidz" in reference to a famous song by Prince. In the 90's, he made it in the Ile-de-France region with his group OutlawCrew. A recognized international graffiti artist, his name will mark the spirit of a whole generation of writers as he painted and wrote it. Self-taught he has also turned to painting on canvas since 1990, with daily studio work since 2001. He participates in many festivals, solo and collective exhibitions in Paris, in the provinces and abroad. Today recognized for his work on canvas as well as on walls Vision is one of the most prolific writers. In 2021, he celebrates his 35 years of graffiti and doesn't seem to stop anytime soon.

Only 25 works available

About this photograph

Technique

Embroidery

Print run

Work numbered and limited to 30 copies

Support

Canvas stretched on frame

Dimensions

40 x 30 cm

Signature

Work hand signed by the artist and stamped by VANGART

Authentication

Sold with certificate of authenticity

Framing

American black satin box

Embroidery

Work numbered and limited to 30 copies

Canvas stretched on frame

36 x 46 cm

Work hand signed by the artist and stamped by VANGART

Sold with certificate of authenticity

American black satin box

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