The evolution of the intangible style

Flycat created and perfected a new writing formula, i.e an universal code, by no means only alphabet-based, to communicate omnibus.

Flycat strikes a good balance between graphemes and phonemes, which challenge and then support each other, creating a continuity between signs and sounds, ancient and contemporary.

From the most classical and total New York wildstyle to a new conception in lettering: The art by Zeus40 is in constant evolution, tumbling over linear boundaries.

Zeus40 presents several alphabet catalogues, Latin graphemes challenging their own composure, ready as they are to traditionally invade city walls.

The center of the Earth cannot be seen nor can it be reached; however, G.loois ivestigates between science and utopia, discovering new and surreal dimensions invading spaces and confusing observers.

Elements being impossible to put together become one single thing between human, animal and plant bodies, generating, in the works of art by G.loois, multiform connections including native urban spaces as well.

Ironmould is an eclectic artist, able to tackle several media and different supports. The eye of the beholder loses itself between labyrinthine cables, textures and abstract shapes.

Ironmould gives often life to endless tangles, usually deployed on fields of colour and filled with illustrated characters, a personal  reworked version the artist gives of the contemporary world.

The works of art by Kerotoo feature a dialogue betwen the environment and the public. This artist has developed his style because of his communication needs, following a reflection on communities and public spaces.

Kerotoo experiments with the endless possibilities street art offers; it is confirmed by his choice of using several techniques dealing with materiality and immateriality.

Stacks, or the study of earth. Gig takes his inspiration from the dry stone walls and the stones the trulli  and other sheltersof his region are made of.

Gig focuses also on the holes produced by litodomes, creating juxtapositions featuring three levels, black stains and coloured shapes, offering a rich tableau to the eye.

From lettering to anamorphism: Peeta fools human perception through optical games ranging between pictorial representation and tridimensional volumes.

Geometrical interaction with spaces is both the background and the main actor for Peeta in his attempts to counter the standards and spur new viewpoints.

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