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PĂŤdro PĂŤdro is an artist based in Algarve (Portugal) , who grew up addicted to animated television series and comics and later got sucked into graffiti culture. In a natural way, these are just a few of his main influences that have led him to what defines his work today - In between paper, ink, spray cans, markers, brushes - while always exploring new materials and techniques, he will never fit as an lock-in-a-box artist. http://p---e---d---r---o.tumblr.com/

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Christian MontenEgro Christian Montenegro is an Argentinean illustrator. Initially, he studied comics in Alberto Breccia’s atelier and later he studied Graphic design at the Buenos Aires University. Since 2002 he’s been working with digital media, mixing design concepts with his previous experience in comics. His style could be compared with a Lego system, where simple pieces are combined into a more complex organization. His work has been published in Argentina and all over the world. http://www.christianmontenegro.com.ar

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HeHe is one of the generation of young Indonesian artists of early 2000 who were born mostly in early 1980s. HeHe then started to  make his own way up in 2007 with  his first solo show at Via-Via café in Jogjakarta. From the beginning he has always been interested in painting, drawing, working with resin toys, premises based on his experiences in everyday life and issues of contemporary culture. HeHe maintains a childlike signature with surreal characters and a crash colour harmony. The work is full of them. Most of them are objects that all have characters and personalities as if they are all alive. The land is imaginary but it cant be said as ‘unreal’ or completely a fantasy. It exists, as we can do things and interact within the work. It can even make us feel. It replaces the supranatural world as our second reality. To some it even becomes a second life. HeHe embraces his artwork with friendliness and fun, with a kind of acceptance and openness of new possibilities and potentials, while also being aware of its irony and distance, while moving on with his existence in the real world that can be the same on one side but also completely different on the other, in terms of absurdities and abnormalities. www.hendrahehe.com www.senjaketawa.blogspot.com

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Taquito Jocoque’s work is direct. From her strokes flows a primitive energy that at the same time possess a nostalgic load. Music, nature, sex, friends and likes, what she sees, what surrounds her are her main sources of inspiration. By moments are absurd, acid images of a unprejudiced innocence and in other is a brutal thisness. She collects the non collectable, she floods the spaces appropriating without modesty of every centimeter. Her work exposes the “no planning” that border cities reflect, the texmex culture, the instinctive collage, the mix between the contemporary and the traditional, two real Mexicos that rarely come together. Her interest is for the popular iconography, for the plastic culture packed in the US, it looks like almost anthropological, but no, in her work everything is born without previous thinking. She doesn’t do installations, she is her own installation, because the arts live in her, and that is what fascinates us. Taquito Jocoque knows perfectly what she wants, where is she is going, what she wants to show us and tell us. http://taquitojocoque.tumblr.com

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FRED LE CHEVALIER Since a few years I draw and make my drawings live on the walls under the name of Fred le Chevalier. I started to draw just as a way to go back to a childhood love, and then it started to take more and more importance in my life. I portray black and white characters, mid women, mid men, not really children, not really adults with the intention of putting feelings and sweetness with them. I paste them on walls in cities and towns (mostly in Paris but also Berlin, London, Bari, Tours, Toulouse and Bruxelles) to give them a life and to create a contrast with the rythm and stress of the urban architecture. http://fredlechevalier.blogspot.fr/

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Karim Adduchi was born in Imzouren, Morocco, in 1988. Raised by a family of tailors he grew up in between the sewing machines of his parents. While his father was searching for prosperity in Barcelona, the rest of the family stayed behind. In 1993 Karim moved to Barcelona, to reunite with his father. For the first time he received primairy education, opening up a new world for him. Because he did not speak the native language, communication troubles were resolved by expressing himself through drawings. This being the start of his devolpment in visual expression. After seeing his drawings, his mentor at the convent school strongly suggested to send Karim to the fine arts Cal’Oller. For ten years Karim developed his techniques in Italian Renaissance painting and drawing. Intrigued by contemporary art after the Italian school, Karim continued his studies for two years at the Pompeu Fabra Academie (P.F.A), where he started to find his own way of working which he devolped further studying at the Fine Arts University in Barcelona ( UB ). While studying in Barcelona Karim increased his experience working in the Macba, Fundació Miro, and CCCB. Seeing how people were moved by art, made him realise the intention of his own work. In 2010 he moved to Amsterdam to pursue his education in fashion at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Searching for ways to widen his visual expression. Karim will be graduating next year from Gerrit Rietveld Academie. www.karimadduchi.com 70


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