French artist Ludo, we talked about him here, has returned to Paris again with two fantastic new works.
Entitled “Blow Up the Outside World” and “Manneken-Pissed“, the French street artist has created two new images that have been created using some of his characteristic elements.
Always fascinated by the energy of the road that continues to inspire him, Ludo is inspired by everyday life. He wants every work to become a way to reflect, trying to understand what stimuli he can give to those who watch his work, making them an integral part and not a mere spectator.
Ludo was born and raised in the suburbs of Paris since adolescence he loved to leave his tag on the streets of his city. After studying sociology for years, he realized his talent and rightly decided to change his ways. He also moved on to Milan, the city where he completed his studies and in the meantime continued to perfect his poster art, which soon became his trademark.
He uses pencil and oil painting to make his works unique and loves to combine black and white but above all the neon green color that is undoubtedly the artist’s reference, to highlight the natural elements that his characters possess. The creatures he creates and draws are undefined beings, halfway between man and robot, between nature and technology.
The key element is precisely the green, color with which the artist wants to emphasize the natural element of these hybrid creatures
Now he’s back again with two surreal posters. A child with a skull instead of his head that gently pees, in green of course, on the whole world and a flower, a sort of pollen that rises and grows on barbed wire.