Born in 1979 - France
Olivier Burel, aka Ogreoner was born in 1979 in France. He began his artistic career in the 90's in Lyon.
Due to a recognizable style, described by his peers, but also due to his passion for foreign cultures, Ogreoner is one of the French artists who is part of the international scene of street art, in which he is involved: not only as a graffiti artist, but also as an event planner in France and many other place, but also as a journalist/blogger for specialized media.
In graffiti, Ogrenor was often described as the artist of letters, delusions: this is how he combines colors and shapes in a dynamic manner. However, this calligrapher of modern times distanced himself gradually from alphabet, translating his series under abstract forms, associated with geometric networks, inspired from daily life, trends on the street, photo, instagram, metro, torn posters etc.
Followed and supported since ten years by spray-painting manufacturers "Montanacolors", Ogreoner works with prestigious brands. In 2014, he did the window display of the concept-store Colette, when their new hand-bag came out during the Paris Fashion Week. During the same year in Bangkok, he was the guest street-artist of the curiosity cabinet of Thomas Erbert. In Bangkok as well, he was ordered to create a large graffiti, which was later transformed into a silk scarf, for Jim Thomson, the well known Thai brand, which is also the most important artistic foundation of the country.
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