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Horfee VS The Grifters – Kill Your Master

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Legendary French artist Horfée shares his interpretation through a multi-dimensional discipline. This series of actions are combination of drawings, pictures of walls, and ‘marginal’ museum pieces. Over the past few years, Horfée has been transitioning from painting the city to working on ideas and now drawing on paper.
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Horfe & Ken Sortais – Hessen prison Frankfurt, Germany

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Paint on a symbol of non-freedom, screaming and kicking in the main building during the whole painting. No beach or sun represented but 60 meters nightmare felt and transcribed in a state prison in Frankfurt. Interesting paradox since, obviously subversive paint (which we sign up for) can result in a prison sentence. A four hands fresco, aiming for a creation/design challenge that looks like a tortured’ medley. Composing by destroying the image of the other, organising a rhythm in a clear formal disorder, all in a landscape of triple sealed’ locks with barbed wire silhouette’ war between the outside and inside. Rockenberg, Hessen prison Frankfurt, Germany Found over at Horfe’s site

Peace and love in New York City

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Esteemed English photographer Will Robson-Scott has long documented the uncanny styles of Parisian graffiti writer Horfe. As their relationship has developed, so too has their individual artistic pursuits. With a penchant for graffiti that borders on the fantastical, the PAL Crew’s stylistic absurdity is only rivaled by their ubiquity in the European landscape. The two friends have maintained contact over the years, and were recently reunited in New York City when Peace and Love’s Horfe, Gorey, Cony, Tomek, Esso, Saeyo, Mosa and Skub made a trip stateside. Far away from their first auspicious meeting in the city of lights, Robson-Scott shot and spoke with Horfe and the rests of his pals. Read the whole interview over here