Grafy is a German Pop Art artist born in Mannheim in 1998. Today he lives and works in Hamburg. The interaction of abstraction and realism characterizes his art. Grafy artworks revitalize icons such as Karl Lagerfeld, Nelson Mandela, Marylin Monroe and depict contemporary personalities. His painting style combines techniques and working methods of past eras in a way never seen before.
The grounding of the colorful works finds its origin in Street Art and forms a strong contrast with the fineart technique above. The shrill tones symbolize the wildness and determination of the young artist and provide the foundation for each of his works. Realism provides a suitable framework for these expressive structures. Shades of gold leaf or refinements with epoxy resins complete the works and show the artist's distinctive style in an impressive way.
Grafy is represented in various locations in Germany and works on international projects.