Tuesday, January 15, 2013


Street Artist Biography

Wheat Pasting

Ludo is a Parisian street artist.

Initially after studying sociology in Paris for three years, Ludo realized his potential in graphic designing. Not only was he more satisfied, but he also obtained money through freelance jobs. During his time in Milan, Ludo's street activity was kept affluent and his learning process continued. He did not have any major street art mentors at the time, unfortunately.

You may often see his work of art as an incredible sight. Most of his work primarily focuses on the combination of nature and human technology. More specifically, he prefers to emphasize on the way society takes nature for granted. Often, we disrespect and over-exploit it- leading human control into a vast destruction. His work focuses on our surroundings and effects all while providing a form of humility. This is the basis of his work and is sure to leave one amaze at first sight.

Ludo's primarily forms of mediums used in street art are composed of silkscreen, acrylic, pencils, scalpel, tape, and printers. This is all used for wheat pasting or paste-ups. He also currently works on street installations and sculptures by re-using objects found within the streets.

The use of green shades is used as a simple method to gain recognition. It is a well known mix that Ludo uses to convey his artwork, designs, and messages. He enjoys the idea of obtaining his very own color someday.

Sources: http://thisisludo.com/

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