There’s already been a feature on C215 a.k.a. Christian Guemy here on TAE before, however that post focused more on his graffiti found on the streets. His work is turning out to be one of my current inspirations, as I found some of his pieces that aren’t necessarily found outside.
Having been featured in places like the French Institute of Prag, Tour Paris 13, and many others, some of C215’s indoor works are just as thought provoking as those we see outside all over the world. Having begun spray painting only in 2005 (but doing graffiti for over two decades), he’s now one of the most productive stencil artists for street art.
Some would describe his art as very unique, and that while his technique of stencil use isn’t new, he still creates things so wonderful and difficult to do using that medium. We all know that usually, stencil art shows “flat” images, but C215’s methods display a somewhat impressionist yet multi-dimensional style.
Here are some of his best indoor works so you can see exactly what I mean:
His Instagram account @christianguemy showcases even more of his fabulous indoor and outdoor stencils.
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