September 17, 2012
Tilt is an international figure of graffiti from Toulouse. Self-proclaimed “graffiti fetishist”, he developed his practice in the streets and on the trains. His first tags on a skateboard ramp, dating from 1988, since his work is enriched and shows the influence of his many travels. His stay enabled him to expose and make his mark in countries such as the United States, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Thailand, Canada, China, New Zealand, Australia, and many cities in Europe.
Tilt demonstrate its practical like the initial form of graffiti can have an impact as strong and complex 3D lettering style and wild characters. A formal vocabulary clean and pure colors and shimmering translate a reference to a form of primitive approach reflect its past as an artist from the “urban art”, marked by a practice wild in the street.
Similarly, his extensive use bubbles and curved shapes refers to his obsession with the female body.
According to the principles and codes of graffiti writing his name in an identifiable style typography is the main focus of his work.
Characterized by a letter setting volume very simplified and performed in a style “Bubble”, he realizes “Throw-up” names written in a few minutes the bomb using two colors.
Tilt has published several books of his art associated with photography appointed Fetish Bubble Girls, My love letters, a Scotland Yard, My egodrips and Photograffitiltism.