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Cope 2 (US)
"is an artist from the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx, New York. He has been a graffiti artist since 1985, and has gained international credit for his work. Cope2's cousin "Chico 80" influenced Cope into writing. In 1982, he made his own crew called Kids Destroy, eventually changing to Kings Destroy after he dubbed himself "King of the 4 Line". Cope2 is well known for his "throw-up," given to him by Cap from Style Wars, and is also a user of "wildstyle" graffiti, a style which originated in the Bronx." (Source)
Marko 93 (FR)
"Marko93 grew up in Saint-Denis, a historical, strongly working class suburb North of Paris. It was here where he laid down his first strokes. In the late 1980s, the Hip Hop movement emerged onto the scene and rapidly laid roots in big cities and suburbs. Marko embraced graffiti as his means of expression [...]Originally influenced by the American styles, he soon formed his own identity with the discovery of Arabic calligraphy which he took over and reinvented in the early 1990s. [...]He reinvented, enhanced and popularized the light-painting process touched upon by Man Ray and Picasso. He built his first light paintings with gestures, colors and light." (Source)
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Charles Foussard (FR)
Denis Meyers or d6ni5m (BE)
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Fred Calmets (FR)
Softtwix has gone through professional circles that have taught her not to misunderstand her own desires. She lived for several years in Tokyo, satisfying a passion for Asia, which we find, in a certain way in her approach and sensitivity, fruit of exigency, patience, refinement and perfectionism. Freedom is the spearhead of this atypical artist, who claims no strangeness, just the opportunity to be herself in his work and to go after a quest, his own. The kind of task that can, she does not ignore, occupy a lifetime ... (Google Translation from Source)
KEGRAE THEUGLIPHE (FR)
Combo CK (FR)
he majority of COMBO's work is made of wheat pasted prints that he unpastes and then pastes back on canvas, giving it a true street feel. Whatever their size and as an advertiser would do, he always manages to get his work to be seen by as many people as possible. (Source)