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- Onemizer was born in 1987 in the South of France.
- He spent part of his childhood in Africa where he made his first encounters with art and discovered watercolor.
- Back in France as a teenager, he became acquainted with Parisian graffiti during his walks around Paris with his parents.
- The banks of the motorways as well as the metros parisiens are real museums for him. This real thunderbolt pushed him
- to pace later the vacant lots as well as the railways and the disused warehouses in order to paint on walls and to perfect oneself in the shelter of the glances.
- After high school, he decided to undertake art studies by integrating a design school, but preferred to pursue his self-taught career.
- Little by little, he moves from the wall to the canvas, and it is pushed by his entourage, that he begins to show his work and expose his canvases at the whim of his meetings in luxury hotels, restaurants, bars ...
- He then organized his first exhibitions in the Bordeaux area and in the Paris region. The road has been made since its beginnings in the streets, and it now exhibits in numerous international art galleries (Paris, Courchevel, Megève, Cannes, Singapore, Honfleur, London, Bordeaux, Galerie des Arcades aux Mouleaux, Hossegor, Go Gallery in Amsterdam, Street Art Gallery in Dubai, Barbizon ...).
- He participated with a hundred others with international artists as well as the world record of the biggest graffiti on canvas which took place in Dubai in November 2014 and which was validated in order to appear in the Guiness book.
- He draws his inspiration from the classics of pop art such as Basquiat, Warhol ... as well as simply in his daily life, what surrounds him, and in the street art scene.
- He likes to work on lettering, to revisit portraits of personalities or objects that have marked the history or his personal history. Over time, he developed a wide range of different styles, always combining graffiti, tag, "coulures", and especially a multitude of colors.
- It uses a wide range of different techniques: paint bombs, stencils, drawings, posca, brushes, ink, and sometimes even directly his hands. He constantly renewed his art, liked to change techniques, change media ...
- It is the visual impact and the shock of colors that make each of his paintings more original than the others.
Works Available :
A DadaAerosol bomb on palisade
Strong LoveAerosol bomb on palisade
Aerosol bomb on palisade
Draw as you write, tell my story.
By inventing free, spontaneous alexandrines, drawing by writing becomes automatic and the rhythm of the words follows the rhythm of the drawing. Even if most of the time, the texts are illegible, a few words are revealed, and allow to penetrate my universe.
The main thing is to tell my story. To echo that of others. To say that we are what we have lived, what others have made us live. Psalmodier these pieces of life, a little enigmatic, but so clear for all who know how to see them.
Bring harmony and blur the tracks.
The assembly of all these "fragments of life" which leads to something harmonious is a principle that I like very much, and echoes my personal convictions. Difference creates value, complementarity arises wealth. The mosaic composition brings a new point of view, proposes another equilibrium, blurs the tracks.
Mix strength and softness, yin and yang.
The power of writing, movement, mosaics, soft lace words, energy expelled from Yang, contained Yin. The symbols used, hidden or not, are posed to construct a universal language, across borders, cultures, individual stories. Transparency provides an extra level of reading.
Works Available :
Acrylic and ink on canvas
80 x 80 cmcm
Acrylic and ink on paper
Acrylic on plexiglass
80 x 40 cm
Acrylic and ink on wood
Jakè completed his studies in Applied Arts in 1990.
After many years spent creating a style, developing his graphic skills and making creative pilgrimages, he decided to devote all his time to painting in 2003.
His generous, colourful and lively approach has some of the technical, symbolic and spontaneous aspects of Free Figuration and Street Art.
Using Posca pens and acrylic, he expresses his creativity through all kinds of media in a wide variety of environments: mainly on canvas and salvaged objects in his studio, but also in the urban environment on walls, fences, metal shutters, lifts and even cars!
Although he was very soon commissioned to produce window displays in Paris, visuals for textile printing and record sleeves, painting remains his true passion… This pictorial bulimic admits: “I don’t know when to stop, which is probably why I often paint the edges of the pictures.
My framed, structured work, and the style that results from it, rely on the details and emotions they inspire… 14 colours never mixed, ultimately a screen-printed look with no substance or very little, just viewpoints and graphic reliefs…”
Although large canvasses are his favourite medium, he happily works on larger formats such as painted walls and/or buildings…
He put on his first solo show at the Galerie Villain in Paris in October 2011.
Since then he has taken part in exhibitions all over the world and is a key player on the contemporary art scene.
Posca on canvas
146 x 114 cm
Primum non nocere
Posca on canvas
89 x 130 cm
Vanité à la brosse à dents
Posca on canvas
92 x 65 cm