Artworks by BARNABE

Big Family by BARNABE

130 x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas

Monster by BARNABE

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas

You Happy Then I Happy by BARNABE

100 x 70cm
Acrylic on canvas

Happy Face Red by BARNABE

100cm high
Vinyl

Going On by BARNABE

200 x 150cm
Acrylic on canvas

Enjoy My Life by BARNABE

200 x 150cm
Acrylic on canvas

Keep Smile by BARNABE

120 x 120cm
Acrylic on canvas

Imagine the Colors by BARNABE

120 x 120cm
Acrylic on canvas

The Concept of My Art by BARNABE

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas

In the Limelight by BARNABE

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas

What is Love by BARNABE

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas

Just Follow Me by BARNABE

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas

Flying in the Sky by BARNABE

25 x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas

Riding Here by BARNABE

25 x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas

Full of Paint on My Hands by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

A lot of clout by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

In Front of Me by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

In the Magic World by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

You are grown up by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

Believe Me by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

I will be different by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

Wild Thoughts by BARNABE

50 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas

Triumph by BARNABE

150 x 130 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Gold Rush by BARNABE

140 x 240 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

P.E by BARNABE

100 x 70 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Absolut Sunset by BARNABE

150 x 130 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

BARNABE

Born in Nice in the 90s, BARNABE  is a young artist, identified under the pseudonym BARNABE, is inspired by pop culture and different references acquired throughout his childhood to give life to his character.

He begins by invading the urban environment of Nice with his signature playful ‘ghost’ motif. But very quickly, BARNABE is found on the walls of different cities …

The BARNABE is simple, its line is clear and at first has the effect of a logo. However, it can not be reduced to just a mere symbol. The artist deploys the “cartoonesque” silhouette of BARNABE in multiple disguises, alone or accompanied.

BARNABE has a strong identity, but “tolerates variations”. Its very simplicity allows it to reach a symbolic dimension.

The goal is to create a visual identity through a character who imposes the artist’s energy, his joie de vivre and his spontaneity.