John Andrew Perello aka Jonone
Jonone is an American graffiti artist and painter, born in 1963 in New York who has lived in France since the 80s. Jonone's works are recognizable by these shapes and colors. Jonone is an artist who describes himself as an expressionist graffiti painter abstract.
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Jonone (John Andrew Perello) is an American graffiti and painting artist born in 1963 in New York. He is considered one of the founders of the hip-hop and graffiti movement in Paris in the 1980s. His style is characterized by bright colors, abstract shapes and dynamic lines, as well as the use of space and composition in his works. Jonone has exhibited his paintings in galleries around the world and has participated in numerous public mural projects. He continues to explore new media and artistic styles to convey his ideas and his unique outlook on life.
The graffiti movement in Paris began in the 1980s, when urban artists like Jonone began painting on city walls and trains. Graffiti was considered a subversive form of expression and a rebellion against society and authorities. Over time, graffiti in Paris has become a recognized art form and has influenced many other artists around the world. Today, graffiti continues to evolve as urban art, with artists using different techniques and styles to create unique and captivating works on the streets of Paris.