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The first monograph on the work and life of one of the most inspiring street art masters is a publication of 352 pages, which sheds light on various periods and aspects of the artist’s career. The book covers a path which spans across decades and spaces (including Harlem, the Dominican Republic and Paris) and through testimonies of individuals who played an important role in the artists artistic life. The book is edited by David Pluskwa contemporary Art Editions. It is written by Theophile Pillault and designed by Benjamin Bernard for Marsatwork.
JonOne is one of the most respected street artists in the history of the subculture. His work is a mesmerizing combination of freestyle and hand-painted aesthetics, which transpires into extraordinary patterns and structures.
The artist’s methodology resonates the knowledge of an experienced graffiti master with a rich background in writing. Often compared to the work of abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock and French artist Jean Dubuffet, JonOne’s art embodies through precise strokes and vibrant color, thus presenting itself as a balanced visual experience. Today, the artist lives and creates in Paris, and has become known for various interesting collaborations (check out the work he had done last year with Lek and Sowat). One thing is certain, JonOne shows how an artist can evolve through various creative incentives which do not belong to his style and how the notion of repetition can be crucial. It is exactly through this kind of devotion that the artist has built a unique aesthetical structure.