A Parisian artist born in 1963, FKDL began painting and drawing in 1984. A passionate archivist and passionate collector, he kept, over time, various magazines that were for him a testimony and a legacy of an era and an aesthetic. Barely a decade later, this fan of collages discovered and developed the art of scotch. Thanks to this technique, he became FKDL and joined the Street Art scene in 2006; he thus intervened on the walls of several cities by drawing series of silhouettes which he adorned with paintings and collages of his old magazines. His style and his famous imprint became for the artist a real mission: he injected his art along the streets, cities and countries. In harmony with the urban environment, his creations transformed the urban space. FKDL elegantly manipulates the dynamics of forms and the freshness of the past to create contemporary works. The artist is present in numerous galleries, at the Bon Marché’s Art Space and the Marcel Pagnol Museum.