• Patrice Ganda
  • “"Call it what you want, “graffiti”, “tagging”, it is art. All over the world people mark and cover their surroundings with the images and symbols that speak to them and the society the surrounds them. "”
  • Artist Story
  • Patrice Ganda was born and raised in Switzerland and fell in love with screen printing in 2008 during a harsh winter in Chicago. He became enamored with the simplicity of the colors and the textures of screen printing and began creating as many pieces as possible during his free time. He continually practiced and his skills improved to a point where he could create almost anything he wanted. It is his challenge now to explore other mediums, surfaces, and subjects so that this becomes an endless road of learning, discovering, and pure artistic enjoyment.

    When he was kid, he loved ripping apart old newspapers and magazines, only to combine them together to make collages. By taking advantage of the colors, fonts, pictures, and textures, he could create these fascinating explosions of communication.

    He is also very much into street art. Whether its large posters, stencils, or stickers; you may find his work haunting alley ways, underpasses, or a few buildings in Europe. Another love of his is old, aged wood. In his artworks, the wood plays a role and tells a story; leaving nothing untouched. When you look closely enough, pay attention to the details; you might be surprised to find a small story hidden in the corners and background.

    Beyond the present and looking forward, who knows? Patrice aspires to explore and learn new art techniques to further delve into his creativity. He would like to work on more collaborations and be part of more art shows throughout the world where he can meet people that share in his passion for art.

  • Location
  • Singapore
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