It is in the Parisian suburbs that the young artist of 25 years Nathanaël Koffi mainly grew up.
Keen on skate since his teenage years, he naturally decided to turn to this medium in order to express his love for art. He then uses used skateboard decks, to which he gives a second life. For him, this is the most atypical way to pay homage to his two passions.
In a very abstract work approach, he plays on variations in colors and patterns. Very influenced by the pastel tones of Wes Anderson, the patterns of Damian Hirst or the murals of Thiago Thipan, Nathanaël likes to combine different layers without connection to each other to give them a harmony.