Lord Wilmore

Lord Wilmore

France • Born in: 1962

Pop Culture Street Artists

Complex Geometric Graffiti

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French artists

Lord Wilmore, a totally polymorphic artist, was born in Longlier (Belgian Ardennes) but now lives near Versailles. He graduated from the School of Diffusion Arts (IAD). His fictional film work has been presented both at the Oscars for student films (La tartine au ham) and at the Venice Critics' Week (The Seven Deadly Sins). He also made a 52 'documentary on the life of Buddha (Being Buddha - France television). Multi-award winning advertising director (in Cannes, New York, Portoroz),

He was for a long time one of the little princes of the short television program in France (on TF1 for the Nicolas Hulot foundation and for the WWF for example). His upcoming agenda is as heterogeneous as it is flamboyant: a rock album “My name is Lord", a series of documentaries seeking to reconnect humanity with dialogue, as well as several exhibitions of his contemporary digital paintings and now his acrylics digital post on canvas.

Since May 2016, Lord Wilmore has exhibited in Ukraine, Corsica, Paris and Brussels and is now represented in China (Artbank China / Nanjin).

For several years now, his work has been haunted by this unique question: does humanity still have a chance to survive?

Climatic headlong flight, technological headlong rush, identity headlong flight. So many reasons to worry but above all to reflect on a possible global collapse.

Influences

Nicolas de Staël, Banksy, Andy Warhol, Robert Combas

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Wow ! (Homme rêvant d'une femme lors d'un voyage en train), Lord Wilmore

Wow ! (Homme rêvant d'une femme lors d'un voyage en train)

Lord Wilmore

Painting - 80 x 80 x 5 cm

$1,495

Adam & Eve avançant confiants vers le chaos, Lord Wilmore

Adam & Eve avançant confiants vers le chaos

Lord Wilmore

Painting - 116 x 73 x 3 cm

$2,215

Leve De Konigin ! Vive La Reine !, Lord Wilmore

Leve De Konigin ! Vive La Reine !

Lord Wilmore

Painting - 120 x 80 x 3.5 cm

$2,215

Santa Crook (Père Noël sous penthotal), Lord Wilmore

Santa Crook (Père Noël sous penthotal)

Lord Wilmore

Painting - 100 x 73 x 3 cm

$1,108

Adam & Eve avançant confiants vers le chaos, Lord Wilmore

Adam & Eve avançant confiants vers le chaos

Lord Wilmore

Painting - 30 x 30 x 3 cm

$305

La liberté guidant le peuple (avec un AK47), Lord Wilmore

La liberté guidant le peuple (avec un AK47)

Lord Wilmore

Painting - 116 x 73 x 3 cm

$1,981

Bam ! (Madone aux cheveux blonds), Lord Wilmore

Bam ! (Madone aux cheveux blonds)

Lord Wilmore

Painting - 61 x 50 x 2.5 cm

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Who is the artist?

Lord Wilmore, a totally polymorphic artist, was born in Longlier (Belgian Ardennes) but now lives near Versailles. He graduated from the School of Diffusion Arts (IAD). His fictional film work has been presented both at the Oscars for student films (La tartine au ham) and at the Venice Critics' Week (The Seven Deadly Sins). He also made a 52 'documentary on the life of Buddha (Being Buddha - France television). Multi-award winning advertising director (in Cannes, New York, Portoroz),

He was for a long time one of the little princes of the short television program in France (on TF1 for the Nicolas Hulot foundation and for the WWF for example). His upcoming agenda is as heterogeneous as it is flamboyant: a rock album “My name is Lord", a series of documentaries seeking to reconnect humanity with dialogue, as well as several exhibitions of his contemporary digital paintings and now his acrylics digital post on canvas.

Since May 2016, Lord Wilmore has exhibited in Ukraine, Corsica, Paris and Brussels and is now represented in China (Artbank China / Nanjin).

For several years now, his work has been haunted by this unique question: does humanity still have a chance to survive?

Climatic headlong flight, technological headlong rush, identity headlong flight. So many reasons to worry but above all to reflect on a possible global collapse.

Influences

Nicolas de Staël, Banksy, Andy Warhol, Robert Combas

Find this artist and many more in our collection of complex geometric graffiti works.

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What is Lord Wilmore’s artistic movement?

The artistic movements of the artists are: Pop Culture Street Artists, Complex Geometric Graffiti

When was Lord Wilmore born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1962