Vincent Faudemer

A French artist from Normandy, inspired by the famous elephant Babar, Babolex symbolizes the transition from childhood to adulthood.

After living in Paris, Monaco and Antwerp, Vincent Faudemer defines himself as a citizen of the world thanks to the cultural enrichment and open-mindedness he had to show to adapt to very different environments. Artistic passion has always been for Vincent his reason for living, creation from a blank page has been his trademark in all fields, both personal and professional.

His grandmother transmitted the virus of objects to him through his collection of religious bronze, he discovered the work of the material, the techniques of molding and quickly understood that these works could be a source of appeasement and communicative pleasure.

In recent years a new wave of contemporary artists have broken the codes and released the works of museums and galleries, Street Art and graffiti are fully at the origin of this movement that Vincent fully shares.

A private collector since the age of 24 and passionate about discovery, he imagines a sculpture inspired by the character of Babar, the perfect symbol between childhood, carefreeness, and dreams.

Vincent Faudemer wants to provoke the catch yawn and emotion immediately, the universe of ultra-luxury and here associated with childhood “Every work to a story, but if the viewer understands the message without waiting for the explanations then I won my bet “. Always independent, totally atypical.

Vincent Faudemer, eternally dissatisfied and passionate about work where he is often seen as a constraint. Fast, lively and generous, he tries to convey in the creation of BABOLEX all his feelings and his Vision of the World, entrepreneurs and Self-made-man will immediately find themselves in this journey that was also theirs.

A few weeks after BABOLEX appeared on social media, personalities from France, England and the United States placed an order, giant 180 cm Chrome BABOLEX are expected during the next Summer Fashion Week 2018 in Paris, in the high places of the fashion festival.

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