Born in Paris in 1970, Noah Borger is one of the hottest street artists of the moment. Noah Borger started painting very early but did not limit himself to just one technique. He remains a free spirit who paints compulsively. He joined the Paris College of Art, an American school of art and design formerly known as the renowned Parsons Paris. Borger's style is closely related to the neo-expressionist movement of which Jean-Michel Basquiat is the most renowned representative ; Basquiat is also the biggest influence on Noah Borgers’s work, mainly visible in the primitive figures he draws. The French artist likes to mix mediums and materials; he uses acrylic and pastel that combine and create seemingly childish scenes, both surreal and poetic. He also uses digital tools in his work. Borger sometimes uses photographs of his own abstract paintings as a starting point and uses many effects and tricks to achieve the result is looking for.