Dark Paradise, 2015

Dark Paradise, 2015
graphit and oil painting
65 x 50 (for each part)
Think twice, 2015

Think twice, 2015
Pigment, mine, acrylic and spray can on paper
40 x 50 cm
Victory, 2017

Victory, 2017
Mine, charcoal, oil painting, aerosol, sur toile
150 X 130 cm
Power corruption and lies, 2017

Power corruption and lies, 2017
Mine, charcoal, oil painting and aerosol on canvas
151.5 X 98
Swallow, 2017

Swallow, 2017
Mine, charcoal, oil painting and aersol on canvas
142 X 87 cm
Swallow on roses, 2017

Swallow on roses, 2017
Mine, charcoal, oil painting and aerosol on canvas
150 x 110 cm
Frame: 150 X 113 cm
Canon of Proportions, 2017

Canon of Proportions, 2017
Mine, charcoal, oil painting and acrylic on canvas
150 x 150 cm
Shanghai Dust 1, 2014

Shanghai Dust 1, 2014
Shanghai Dust
Acrylic, mine, dust and collage on canvas
110 x 130 cm
I grappe Shanghai, 2014

I grappe Shanghai, 2014
shanghai
mine and acrylic on canvas
50 x 40 cm
Shanghai Dust 4, 2014

Shanghai Dust 4, 2014
Shanghai Dust
Acrylic, mine, dust and collage on canvas
110 x 130 cm
I heart shanghai, 2014

I heart shanghai, 2014
shanghai
mine and acrylic on canvas
30 x 60 cm
We are all dust in the wind, 2015

We are all dust in the wind, 2015
Shanghai Dust
Graphite, oil painting, spray can
183 x 147,5 cm
Frame: 199 x 161 cm

Born in 1976 in Paris, Ludo, French artist, began during his teenage years to express himself in the streets of his city by tagging, then to the pasting technique in 2007, which is considered nowadays like his trademark.

By using pencil and oil paint, Ludo combines black, white and signature neon green to create vegetal and robotic creatures, half natural, half technological. Indeed he developed his own tint of green to emphasize the natural element of these hybrid creatures.

Fascinated by the streets? energy which inspires and stimulates him, Ludo draws his inspiration from the daily life. Also, a documentary, a reflection or a particular work may become reflective ways which will lead him to the creation of new works.

Ludo denounces matters in a playful and aesthetic way. Without bearing the mark of environmental or anti-capitalist claims, his works bear the stamp of his own personal reflections upon the world surrounding him, which influences and raises questions. Thus, his creations often take dimensions that go beyond the image and invite the viewer to reflect upon the ambient and admitted violence, the consumption of GMOs or the domination of technology over natural life.

Ludo expresses himself on all types and sizes of support bases: walls, canvas, sculptures, and even a boat... His art has no limits and he exhibits his creations all over the world. Concrete walls, galleries, museums are therefore invaded by a modern forest consisted by the Ludo?s artworks.



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