Tore (1972) | French | Street art
A graffiti activist since the mid-80s, Tore has always known that Street Art would one day be recognized as a unique pictural movement. He initially painted in the streets, catacombs, and on the roofs of the 13th arrondissement of Paris, but as he grew tired of incessant court appearances, he turned to recycled materials and canvas around 1992. Decided to bring the Street Art revolution to light, he moved toward a more official positioning, offering frescos, illustrations or visuals to associations, businesses or press titles.
Tore practices an authentic and spontaneous graffiti, based essentially on spray paint. To remain consistent to the origin of Street Art, he paints his canvas outdoor. Recently, he participated to the Tour Paris 13 project in Paris. Learn more about it following the links below: