Influenced by street art but also by tattooing, Bur has evolved within a generation that approaches art in its broadest dimension. Promoting a new way of thinking and of sharing his creative work, he mixes techniques, multiplies his work spaces while sometimes questionning established codes. Yet, his colourful graphic universe is steadily unique.


Cart'1 is a street artist and graphic designer from Lyon. Offbeat, he likes black and white, the isolated and oneiric characters. He starts graffiti in 1989, and one of his major influences is the writer of anticipation novels Philip K. Dick and like him he enjoys disrupting the reality. His techniques? 3D and trompe l'oeil. Now, he travels between Lyon and Barranquilla in Colombia, between the creation of technological graffiti devices and event projects.


Chufy is an autodidact French artist. Fascinated by architecture, perspective and modular volume design, he has a passion for art architects such as El Lissitzky, Vasarely and Escher. He has developed his own artistic language inspired by mathematical and physical models. Through the three dimensions and its geometric lines, his artwork creates both calls from the void and infinite possibilities.

Don Mateo

Born in the early 80's, Don Mateo grew up submerged in hip hop culture and quickly found his passion in graffiti. After attending the School of Fine Arts, in Besançon then Spain, the artist moved to Lyon in 2010 and took to the streets his famous portraits.


EvazéSir is a duo of artists, members of the Lyon-based collective No Rules Corp. From streets to the studio, the two comparses keep each their own style to blend their techniques and universe and create osmosis...Sir is the graffiti and stencil artist, his characters and large-scale objects combine humour and popular imagery. Evazé-Nam is the "poster lacer" painter, fascinated by the women of the 50's, she represents them in posters or paintings.

Henri Lamy

Henri Lamy is a french figurative painter and capoeirista, born in 1985. Seduced by the immediacy and spontaneity of the acrylic, the quality of his work is enhanced by the lively colors and his expressive compositions, as well as the use of palette knife.

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Khwezi Strydom

Khwezi Strydom is a painter from Lyon. From a very young age, he is initiated to painting, his mother's passion. Then he discovers new techniques: street-art, ink, engraving... His work is a fusion between the modern world and traditional ethnic cultures. His style is both colourful and exciting, sober colours for soothing moments, lively to exult a desire for freedom.

Mademoiselle Maurice

Born and raised in the Savoy mountains, Mademoiselle Maurice is a French artist. After studying architecture in Lyon, she left to live a year in Japan. It was following the tragic events of March 11, 2011, when she was living in Tokyo, that Mademoiselle Maurice decided to start composing her plastic works.

Nawelle Aïnèche

Nawelle Aïnèche is a costume designer by training and a self-taught textile artist. She is inspired by the body and the emotions that flow through it, thus developing a unique means of expression through her creations. She was a resident at the Gutenberg Tavern from June 2017 to January 2019.

Nicolas Comment

Photographer and songwriter, Nicolas Comment lives and works in Paris. He began a musical career in the 2000s and he has released two solo albums hailed by the press: We were God and Rose Planet. He has also published several photography books published by Filigranes Editions. His artistic work is represented by Parisian gallery Polka and by the 127 gallery in Marrakech.


Born in Saint-Etienne, France, OakOak's approach is to add within the urban setting trivial and comical elements. He adds his own vision, his own references that often come from cartoon culture. His art. fun and accessible, succeeds in poeticizing the urban environment.


Long known for his Knar, this strange bird recognizable by its colors, its too short wings and its squinting eyes; PEC is a pioneer of street art in Lyon. He has been graffiting the Lyon's urban landscape for 30 years now, and today he invents colourful characters and enlarges his universe ... which remains joyful, bright and colourful.

Philippe Geluck

Philippe Geluck is a Belgian artist, born in Brussels on May 7, 1954. Known among other things to be the author of the comic book series Le Chat, he regularly uses his art to defend human rights as well as animal rights. In 2021, he supports 2500 voix.


POTER started graffiti in 1998 and then began his first sketches of letters. After studying Arts in Lyon, he forged his technique and artistic personality which will lead his creations to this recognizable style: bright colors, geometry, moving masses and abstraction. His singular pop style opens the doors to numerous collaborations, wall design and illustration projects.


Quetzilla is a French painter and illustrator, influenced by hip-hop culture and his interest in world civilizations. At the edge between abstraction and liberated figuration, the mix of techniques and media he uses goes along with his approach of freedom or escape, change or evolution. His name? A reference to the Quetzal: emblematic bird and symbol of freedom.


Russ is a French painter and street artist. An observer of the living world, his works question questions the relationship we have with our environment and by extension with ourselves. His drawings, paintings and murals combine several scales of observation, one world containing another, indefinitely. The result are dreamlike, sometimes surreal compositions with vegetal elements, symbols of the cycles of life.

Simon Roussin

Simon Roussin is an illustrator and comic book author from Lyon. He has been drawing comics since he was eight years old and at only 32 years old he is a prolific artist with remarkable success. His work focuses recurrently on the figure of the hero. An attraction for the use of felt tip pen drawing, a certain science of chromium in general, with plays of flat tints and material effects: his style is identifiable at first glance.

Sunny Jim

Sunny Jim is a French artist, recently installed in Lyon. His style is singular and poetic, where spheres replace faces. He aims for everyone to be able to identify themselves, focusing only on pure body expression. The themes he explores are numerous and eclectic: love, femininity, loss, friendship... His art brings together contrasting colours and features that are both pure and stylised.

Théo Haggaï

Théo Haggaï is a French artist, based in Lyon. Inspired by fashion photography and the explosive artists from the New York of the 80s, anything from outdoor walls to the backs of receipts become his canvas.Theo's drawings and paintings are both simple and intense, and he creates them in a loving and tender process.