4MURS joins forces with the artist Nairone Defives for a very urban collection. Using pencil and brush, the illustrator and graphic designer Nairone Defives immerses us in his aesthetic universe. He destroys - explodes - our everyday objects, and harmonises everything around meticulous and efficient typography in a striking black and white contrast with strong 3D effects. His favourite subjects are derived from the urban world, pop art, street art and comic books.
This black and white ambiance will modernise and energise your interior, creating a graphic atmosphere. Black will highlight the different architectural elements of your room, while white will give a breath of fresh air and make it more spacious.The collab
Born in 1991, Nairone Defives is an artist and designer based in Paris, France. The medium through which he expresses himself is diverse and varied: paintings, canvases, sculptures, illustrations, installations but also design and creative and artistic direction. At the age of 15, Nairone started painting. From his move to Paris in 2014, he learns to focus on his art and finds inspiration in his personal life. Fascinated by the contrast of black and white, each of his works is recognisable by its many details and dotted shadows, which are his signature.
Nairone collaborates with major brands and well-known artists. He has painted murals and exhibited in Paris, London, San Francisco, Quebec, Portland, Brussels and Los Angeles.
He also recently designed and created the stage and all the scenography for the 2019/2020 "Chocolate" tour of the artist Roméo Elvis. June 2019 marked a new turning point in the artist's life. He is now the first and youngest artist to have created an Art Car during the historic Le Mans 24 Hours race. In January 2020, Nairone was awarded the Art Grand Prix at the International Automobile Festival for this historic Art Car. Nairone continues to challenge himself, his art and his vision in order to continue conquering new ground and pushing the boundaries of art.
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