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simplicity and humanity

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Yelow was a cook in the Parisian suburbs and a graffiti artist in his spare time. During a family trip to Marie-Galante, they fell in love with the island. And there, in only 3 months, they sold their apartment, packed their bags and came to settle in Marie-Galante. Now, he paints gentle female faces, inspired by his life in the West Indies.

"I don't want my art to be too intellectualized. I like my work to be readable. What's important to me above all else: to make people feel an emotion, a soothing that touches as many people as possible."

His artwork

A soft Asia-West Indies mix

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