Technique: Ink and acrylic on paper and Dibond

 Dezache, painterFabien Dezache was born in Rouen in 1990. He lives and works in Le Havre, Normandy.

From a young age, he was immersed in the universe of Marvel comics, Hergé to Schulz to name a few. His inspiration comes from these illustrated heroes, as he creates individual narratives, opening the personal interpretation of each one. He can construct a surrealist universe where Milou and Lucky Luke meet. He uses a variety of techniques such as graffiti-style painting, stenciling and collage, and various mediums and materials such as cardboard, acrylic and spray paint cans.

In his early days, artists of the twentieth century such as Dali, Miro and were essential references and inexhaustible sources of inspiration, but little by little, Dezache’s work stood out from these masters. His artworks have evolved into a style which is part of a current contemporary art wave initiated by Blek Le Rat, Jef Aérosol, Erro and Speedy Graphito.

In an effort to reclaim certain everyday objects that he uses as the foundation for some of his paintings, Dezache has recently started working on gasoline cans and road signs; his creative exploration continues to be limitless.