En 2019, j’ai été invité avec  Rouge,  SLY2,  MIKA Husser and Monsieur Poulet par Wonderwall à investir une chambre de l’hôtel d’Yeuse près de Cognac, France.

Ce très bel hôtel surplombe un jardin appelé le “jardin respectueux” ; un endroit aménagé par une équipe passionnée qui entreprend de sensibiliser le public sur la biodiversité, notamment à travers la sauvegarde de graines anciennes.

Je suis très attaché par le concept de la graine et ce qu’elle représente en terme universel, c’est donc naturellement l’inspiration principale de ces trois compositions qui habillent désormais cette suite de l’hôtel d’Yeuse.

In 2019, I was invited with  Rouge,  SLY2,  MIKA Husser and Monsieur Poulet by wonderwall organisation in Cognac, France. Hotel d’yeuse commissioned work to create murals in a bedroom and living room.The hotel is surrounded by a beautiful garden ans landscape with mature trees.

This garden is managed and animated by an organisation who have a seedbank for caring about the old seeds. I’m very aware about this concept of seeds. That’s why i decided to paint these three differents scenes in this rococo’s bedroom inspired by the seedbank.

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BREZ Mathias, born in 1972, live in Rennes. Son of farmers, an happy childhood in the countryside with his siblings in 1980, his family emigrated to Rennes, a small town in province. Plunged booming 80s, he discovers the Comics, Gotlib, fluide glacial, Letendre, Loisel, Japanese animated series and Graffiti trought Flashdance. In the late '80s, he made ​​use of local precursors and becomes a hiphop activist. With members of Graffiteam, he organized many meetings, exhibitions, events goshawks that culture. In 2013, with Patrice POCH, he created the International Urban Art "TEENAGE KICKS" that will bring in Rennes nearly 70 international artists. His artistic process explores several approaches, most often contextual, visual interventions, installations, collages, new muralism, featuring illustrations and characters closely with selected media, the location, the real or imagined history. Moreover, under the set of letters BREZ72 a calligraphic work away from the very coded language of traditional graffiti, playing the adversarial balance between freedom of abstraction and constraint typographical reading.