ONEMIZER

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ONEMIZER

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Onemizer is a French artist born in the South of France and having spent part of his childhood in Africa.

It is through the discovery of watercolor that he will begin to take an interest in art and then it is Parisian graffiti that will hold his attention.

During the walks in Paris, the subway becomes a source of inspiration, empty lots, railways and abandoned warehouses become the laboratory of his experiments. Self-taught, he is strongly influenced by the great figures of Pop Art such as Basquiat and Warhol and is inspired by his everyday life.

Onemizer works his lettering with meticulousness, he revisits the portraits of personalities or objects having marked history.

In addition, he continuously develops a wide range of styles, combining graffiti, tags, “coulures” with a multitude of colors.

It has been a path since its debut in the streets, and it now exhibits in many international art galleries. Paris, Courchevel, Megève, Cannes, Singapore, Honfleur, London, Amsterdam, Dubai, Barbizon ….

Considered a very free artist, his art is constantly renewed, multiplying techniques and varying media.

It is the visual impact and the shock of the colors that make each of his paintings more original than the others.

He enjoys working on lettering, revisiting portraits of personalities or objects that have marked history or his personal history.

With time, he develops a wide range of different styles, always combining graffiti, tag, “coulures”, and especially a multitude of colors. He uses a wide range of different techniques: paint bombs, stencils, drawings, posca, brushes, ink, and sometimes even his hands.

He constantly renews his art, likes to change techniques, change his support … It’s the visual impact and the shock of the colors that make each of his paintings more original than the others.

Onemizer has participated with a hundred other international artists in the world record of the largest graffiti on canvas that took place in Dubai in November 2014, and now exhibits in many international art galleries.

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