Born in 1979 from Bordeaux, this emerging French artist currently lives and works in Paris since 2011. Very perfectionist, he meticulously created his stencils from photographs and drawings. He also works on his graphic palette with his computer, and he prints his different layers before cutting everything by hand. There are as many stencils as colors. His work can emerged from a dozen different stencils, which he calls "Flyers". Many cities like Paris, London, Barcelona, Budapest, Berlin, Lisbon, Los Angeles or San Francisco are covered with his works. His stencils are recognizable as they stage human beings made in a shades of black, grey and white with only one colorful element, attracting attention. When he does not paint on the walls of cities, he recovers objects found in the street (wooden planks, iron plate, doors...) each time producing unique works of art. His paintings convey a very poetic message, his favorites themes are childhood, utopia, nature and dreams. Engaged in animal advocacy, he realized a whole series representing endangered species, on the theme « Do Not Make Us History », that is exhibited in several Parisian galleries and European.