The artist Mr.Oreke discovered the pictorial arts through the practice of graffiti in the early 2000s with his spray paint, he began by adorning the walls of its colorful designs before extending its gesture on the canvas support. Realizing his works in looking to the abstract style, the painter goes, a few years later, insert male and female portraits, designed using stencils.
This integration of the human figure, the artist is the painter new York Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) he admires portraits.
the signing of Mr.Oreke lies in its funds, he works mainly in the aerosol, like graffiti. Once the canvas covered with projected painting, the artist has just mix the ink there, acrylic, and sometimes various items such as banknotes for instance. His characters come then complete the set and thus improve the often humorous story that the painter wanted to tell.
Described by the artist as "Street Pop Art", his style is contemporary, full of energy and imagination . Always powerfully colorful, graphic compositions inspired Mr.Oreke both artistic style developed by the founders of the Pop Art movement and the aesthetics of American comics of the 50s and 60. Regular use of drips, the important part given typefaces and point insertion collages amplify the momentum of his works and claim the appearance of his comic productions.
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