Born in 1973 - France
Born in 1973 in Cherbourg, Sacha Février - aka Easy Sacha - has been drawing since he was a child. Self-taught, he has never had the opportunity study arts.
It is under the influence of metal bands such as Metallica, Slayer or Sepultura that he decided to start a career as a tattoo artist. Fascinated by this world, at a time when the discipline is still unknown, he starts by meeting various tattoo artists in different shops that he explores. He meets the founding team of avant-garde studio Tribal Act (specialized in body modification) in Paris, where he starts working too.
Then, he meets Tin-Tin, a "father figure" for him, who draws his tattoos. Easy Sacha works 9 years by Tin-Tin's side before creating his own studio in Paris: the Mystery Tattoo Club.
Today, he is world falous, and has a two-year waiting list. Easy Sacha has no specialty, he explores all the graphic styles of the contemporary history of the tattoo.
With Anne & Julien (founders of magazine HEY! modern art & pop culture) he has created the series "Skull & Vanitas" and produces the cover of an issue with another great figure of the contemporary international tattoo: Sabine Gaffron. This series, consisting of 15 drawings, is the subject of a special section in the #17 of the art magazine and is accompanied by an interview. On the occasion of the release of this issue of HEY!, GZ Gallery and the art magazine hosted Easy Sacha's first solo exhibition.
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