GUILLAUME GRANDO - SUPAKITCH

Discover the work of Guillaume Grando also known as "Supakitch" a french multidisciplinary artist. Born in the suburbs of Paris in 1978 and raised on the Mediterranean shore, he’s sailing between city and sea landscapes. The artist mixes influences from a teenage years punctuated by Hip-Hop, design, architecture, sport and board culture. Today, his work of formal research is focused on what's essential like light, movement, gesture and matter which became a global questioning of his approach, strongly influenced by the surfing experience, getting rid of the unnecessary to keep only the expression of the curl.

Deep into Guillaume Grando's creative journey and sail with him between city and sea landscapes.

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The Master of Gesture and Light: Guillaume's Creative Symphony

Guillaume Grando is a multidisciplinary artist who constantly pushes boundaries and explores new concepts. His profound fascination with gesture, movement, liquid material, and the interplay of light manifests in his contemporary artworks. Whether adorning city walls with his work or meticulously crafting intricate pieces in his studio, he invites viewers on a visual journey brimming with depth and emotion. Throughout his career, Guillaume Grando has collaborated with prestigious brands, institutions, and galleries, leaving an indelible mark on the world of French art. His creative endeavors span monumental outdoor installations, fashion collaborations, and exhibitions worldwide. With a deep connection to nature and a passion for surfing, his art is infused with a sense of romanticism and environmental consciousness.

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From Graffiti to a World of Expression: The Journey of Guillaume Grando "Supakitch"

Guillaume Grando, known as Supakitch, embarked on a captivating artistic journey in the graffiti scene of the early '90s. Hailing from the suburbs of Paris, his passion for art and music was nurtured by a cultural backdrop steeped in manga and hip-hop influences. Graffiti became his medium of choice, fueling his style with fluidity and energy. As Guillaume's creativity evolved, he delved into mixed media and drew inspiration from a myriad of sources. Blending Asian aesthetics, pop-romanticism, and musical motifs, he created a universe uniquely his own.

Today, his work of formal research is focused on what's essential like light, movement, gesture and matter which became a global questioning of his approach, strongly influenced by the surfing experience, getting rid of the unnecessary to keep only the expression of the curl.

01

The Master of Gesture and Light: Guillaume's Creative Symphony

Guillaume Grando is a multidisciplinary artist who constantly pushes boundaries and explores new concepts. His profound fascination with gesture, movement, liquid material, and the interplay of light manifests in his contemporary artworks. Whether adorning city walls with his work or meticulously crafting intricate pieces in his studio, he invites viewers on a visual journey brimming with depth and emotion. Throughout his career, Guillaume Grando has collaborated with prestigious brands, institutions, and galleries, leaving an indelible mark on the world of French art. His creative endeavors span monumental outdoor installations, fashion collaborations, and exhibitions worldwide. With a deep connection to nature and a passion for surfing, his art is infused with a sense of romanticism and environmental consciousness.

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From Graffiti to a World of Expression: The Journey of Guillaume Grando "Supakitch"

Guillaume Grando, known as Supakitch, embarked on a captivating artistic journey in the graffiti scene of the early '90s. Hailing from the suburbs of Paris, his passion for art and music was nurtured by a cultural backdrop steeped in manga and hip-hop influences. Graffiti became his medium of choice, fueling his style with fluidity and energy. As Guillaume's creativity evolved, he delved into mixed media and drew inspiration from a myriad of sources. Blending Asian aesthetics, pop-romanticism, and musical motifs, he created a universe uniquely his own.

Today, his work of formal research is focused on what's essential like light, movement, gesture and matter which became a global questioning of his approach, strongly influenced by the surfing experience, getting rid of the unnecessary to keep only the expression of the curl.