Some Mega original artworks are now for sale on Sergeant Paper website.
Sergeant Paper is a French art gallery located in Paris.
The prestigious Parisian art space hosted my 2012 solo exhibition called I Just Murdered The Alphabet.
They now offer you the perfect opportunity to buy exclusive Mega original artworks hand made and signed.
More about Sergeant Paper gallery.
More informations about the original handmade artwork ANTTON.
ANTTON | Original artwork | Silver ink on 180g art paper | 50x70cm | 2012 | Signed | 450€
When I drew those original artworks, I was inspired by everything related to the art of drawing letters.
Traditional font design, graffiti, psychedelic movement, hand made sign paintings, and more.
More informations about the original handmade artwork DIMITRI.
DIMITRI | Original artwork | Silver ink on 180g art paper | 50x70cm | 2012 | Signed | 450€
The texts included in the artworks is a selection of inspiring hip-hop punchlines.
The exhibition was an opportunity to express both my love for art and rap music.
More informations about the original handmade artwork DARIO.
DARIO | Original artwork | Silver ink on 180g art paper | 50x70cm | 2012 | Signed | 450€
The art series is part of my Société Des Griffeurs cycle.
I intend to develop this cycle throughout various projects, like the publication I art directed for l’Attrape Rêve.
More informations about the original handmade artwork JOACHIM.
JOACHIM | Original artwork | Silver ink on 180g art paper | 50x70cm | 2012 | Signed | 450€
The nice pictures were taken by the people from Sergeant Paper gallery, inside their art space in Paris. Thanks guys!
I hope that you’ll enjoy the combination of my masked characters, and the inspiring hip-hop punchlines that I drew.
The series offers you the amazing opportunity to buy Mega original artworks, and to offer the perfect gift to one of your loved ones.
MEGA loves chili
I recently exchanged a few words with Thumbtack Press, in which we went back and forth on chilis, Bali, and the focus on my art. Go on their website to read the whole interview.
Last week I was telling you about some of my artworks being sold on Thumbtack Press.
The guys asked me a couple of nice questions where you can learn more about me, my love for chilis, my mixtape art debut, and my upcoming project.
Drawing of a masked character for my new exhibition
What’s up with your obsession with chilis? How’d you get into it? What kind do you eat? How do you prepare them? Have you ever had a ghost pepper (Wiki says it’s also called “Bhut Jolokia” or “Naga King chili”) before?
I currently live in Indonesia where I learned to love chili. I eat a lot of it on a daily basis, and as a matter of fact those fruits (yes technically chilis are fruits) contain capsaicin, which helps the body to produce adrenaline and get kind of addictive. The more you eat, the more you need, and my relationship with chili is a lot like the one I have with illustration.
Back in the days, Japanese warriors would eat chili before going to battle, as a way to get stronger and not to fear what they were about to face. I eat chili before drawing, and as a matter of fact I feel invincible.
About the ghost pepper, here in Indonesia we call it “devil chili”, which gives a good idea about how spicy it is. Actually the chili get spicier according to the environment, because the more insects try to eat them, the spicier they get. Now I’m full of it, and nobody can mess with me.
Artwork for Save The Dropbear exhibition