With a certainly unorthodox but easily recognizable style, Ogre is one of the French artists you often spot on the European graffiti scene. His last projects in 2014 were a window display for the luxury brand Chanel at the famous French concept Store Colette and a charity auction sale for Reporters d’Espoir in the presence of Philippe Starck.
He came to Bangkok in 2014 for Le Cabinet de Curiosités de Thomas Erbert and realized a painting for Jim Thompson, from which a limited series of Thai silk scarves has been produced.
For him, graffiti is a way of life, as he is involved in many fields on the graffiti scene: journalist, blogger, event manager, consultant and artist. His dedication for this urban contemporary art has no limits. He is currently developing a transition on canvases as a progression of his works for brands.
For the opening exhibition of Villa YenakArt he has realised a giant graffiti of 800 x 600 cm, with 8 inserted canvanses, in his proper style, but totally assuming the influence of Thawan Duchanee on his works.