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Peam’s represents faces of unknown and shares all his passion for graffiti. These faces are cut out on a panel of vibrant colors made with the bomb, directly recalling the walls invested by the urban artists of the cities.
Claim your freedom of creation
Originally born on the walls of our streets and ephemeral by nature, street art or urban art was adapted by Peam’s to blend into the web ...
Graffiti artist, street artist, painter ... This artist who cannot enter boxes claims his freedom of creation as well as his desire to reach the greatest number. He now lives in Sarthe, close to Le Mans, and develops a technique combining dynamics of colors and faces, far from what he produces on wall.
Capture a smile, a face, on the fly
Peam's on canvas takes up what he likes in graffiti: dynamics and colors. He then aspired to work this dynamic and attract the eye while telling a story, it was then that the faces appeared to him as obvious.
Peam’s is fascinated by the repeated movement of a hair, the expressions of a face but especially by the look that speaks volumes. When people ask her "why this woman?" Or "Who is she?", He prides himself on answering that he is simply a woman who smiles, an unknown person so that everyone tells his story. Peam’s delivers canvases that everyone is free to interpret in their own way.
The interest of this artist is not to direct or support the spectator but to give him full freedom to be able to devour the canvas as subjectively possible.
Find the interview with Peam's on the Kazoart blog

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