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WooSugar Free "Pop"

Emerging artist
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50 W x 70 H cm
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Mixed media
One of a kind work
50 W x 70 H cm
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Work realized on the basis of a poster in typographic printing technique on Fedrigoni 300gr paper, "Sugar Free" is an iconographic interpretation of the addiction to sugar, of the influence that it can generate on our emotions, of the industrial sugars and some of their greatest popular icons raised to the rank of symbols.

The search for balance and aesthetics is also intended to show the charming side of sugar and the memories it can give us, with a window wide open on childhood.

It can represent an allegory of good and bad, right or wrong, depending on one's own reading, the free interpretation making us lean on one side or the other of the scale.

Sugar Free "POP" is part of a series of 6 unique interpretations made exclusively for KazoArt and for a limited time.

For the occasion, the artist worked on ink and acrylic enhancements, for a colorful, aesthetic and committed interpretation.

Emerging artist
Best seller
  • KAZoART artist since 2020
  • 14 works sold
  • 24 works

The brutality of the graffiti, the softness of the art of calligraphy but also the Cyrillic alphabet or hieroglyphics, Woo plays with symbols and our imagination in addition.

Jack-of-all-trades with Asian roots

His pseudonym evokes both his Asian roots and his experience in Hong Kong. Within the Le Comptoir group and aboard its flagship, the Bibo restaurant, Woo drowns in the works of Banksy, Murakami, Arsham, Ron English, Jonone, Basquiat, Invader, Hirst, Kaws, Shepard Fairey, André, JR and many others. This initiatory journey reaches its peak with the Art Basel Hong Kong exhibitions, an absolute pinnacle of creativity and inspiration.

Woo is a jack-of-all-trades and has worked in music, furniture design and most recently in collaboration with the Karim Rashid Interior Design Firm in New York. He is a multidisciplinary artist who has been working in Bordeaux, France since 2005.

An instinctive art that unfolds between Street Art and calligraphy

Inspired from childhood by the graphic universe of Keith Haring or Niki de Saint Phalle, Woo's production is characterized by a technique that combines acrylic paint, pigment inks, Posca markers, and gilding. His preferred media are paper or canvas. No matter the size, no one can stop this incorrigible creative!

His art is at the crossroads of Street Art and calligraphy. Some of his works address contemporary societal themes that one can identify through his use of symbols.

More recently, we were able to meet Woo at the Halle Héméra in Bordeaux for the KAZoART back-to-school exhibition in September 2020. We had a beautiful evening during which Woo produced an exceptional live painting experience that lasted almost 2 hours!

To read : 

Woo among the 10 artists to follow in 2021 according to KAZoART

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