A book of an inventory of graffiti culture through the lively and dynamic portrait of fifteen international artists gathered by Lokiss, a historical figure of graffiti in France.

by Team Paris Social Diary, photography by Courtesy | 19 November, 2016



A veritable visual manifesto, the book shows an inventory of the graffiti culture portrait around fifteen international artists by Lokis. The french multiform artist and one of the pioneers of the European graffiti culture, in two hundred pages are revealed the work in progress of these innovative artists. Who readily call themselves writers, showing the dynamics of this culture in all its forms.


A varied and above all contemporary panorama of this “urban writing”, through the fifteen predominantly murals created for this project. They are the object, at each stage of their realization, of a photographic decoding laid out in pages and illustrated by Lokiss himself.

The latter follows the work of artists who have each developed original writing on the European stage and beyond. Their language is writing. A vocabulary they use, pervert, recycle, forget in turn, to create a dynamic of new forms.