Artist and designer, Ërell experiences in broad daylight a form of ephemeral appropriation of urban space.
His work comes from graffiti. The module he uses today results from the division of a simple geometric shape, the hexagon, itself resulting from a schematization of its tag. From this practice, he retains the automatism of the gesture, the energy that transforms the typography into a visual emblem, into a logo, modular and adaptable, but also the viral character, living from the multiplication of the motif. Like the tags that swarm on the walls of the city and give it life, the Erell module is multiplied in order to generate an infinity of "molecular" patterns and geometric compositions that interact with architecture or street furniture. .
By sporadically invading the public spaces in which it operates, he wants to change the apprehension that passers-by have of urban space and invites them to look around the streets for signs scattered in their path.
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