In 1987, after meeting Miss Tic, Mr. Lolo started invest himself in the street stencil adventure. Together, they crossed Paris, from walls to facades, being inseparable. After having participated in the various collective exhibitions of M.U.R, Mr Lolo is now present in several Parisian galleries. His love for the world of cabaret and for the stars of the fifties is found in his works representing Marlene Dietrich, Garbo, Bette Davis or Clarke Gable. One of his iconic stencils shows the American actress Tallulah Bankhead drinking her champagne in her shoe, according to a real anecdote of a film shoot. The work of Mr. Lolo deploys various aesthetic and cultural paradoxes. His sharp sense of detail, that can be found in Art Nouveau paintings and posters like Alfonse Mucha, shakes up the traditional universe of stencils. His works seem to have been cut with the scalpel, with a surgical precision. Through his use of a combined technique, mixing acrylic, ink spray and glitters, his portraits are unique.