Paul Larricart

Paul Larricart was brought up between the mountains and the sea. Paul is a graphic designer and illustrator by formation and a painter by vocation. He is fascinated by printmaking techniques such as stenciling and screen-printing. Paul’s work is influenced by different manifestations and practices derived from counter-cultures: from Russian constructivism to comics, from pop art to punk music, from Japanese etching to skateboarding. Paul lives and works in London.Paul’s work has been presented in various exhibitions, fairs and festivals, such as: Marché d’Art Contemporain Consacré au Surf (Biarritz), Roxy Jam (Biarritz), The Other Art Fair (London), Spacejunk Art Center (Bayonne) . He also has produced murals for the Apple Center (Anglet) and the Camden Stable Market (London). More recently, as part of his involvement in community work, Paul has lead multi-layered stencil workshops organized by Street Art London (at Dulwich Picture Gallery -the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery- and at the Kingston College of Art). He currently lives and works in London.